Intermediate and Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture (England) – Framework code FR02230 dated 01 July 2013

Level 3, Pathway 9 – Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Description of this pathway
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Craft and Technician) - total minimum credit value = 160 credits
Pathway duration approximately 42 months depending on the qualification and unit options selected

Job title - Job role

Industrial Electrician - Install, inspect and test electrical equipment, wiring systems and components in factories and installations

Electrical Engineering Technician - Build, install and maintain electrical equipment such as generators, motors and transformers that produce and distribute electrical power. The work may include repairing electrical equipment, testing it and restoring it to full operation

Electrical Design Engineer - Design, manufacture and testing of electrical components, control systems,
wiring layouts to meet customers’ needs

Measurement and Control Technician - Install, run, test and look after the instruments that monitor and control manufacturing processes, using sophisticated sensors and control systems to make sure products are measured, weighed, sorted and packaged correctly and efficiently.

Test Technician - Test, fault find and replace or repair components in electronic products or systems. May also test prototype electrical / electronic products and analyse the results

Qualification requirements:

Competence qualification

Extended Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (QCF)
No C1a, Ref no. 600/9931/8 Awarding Organisation EAL Credit Value 117, Guided Leaning hours 425.

Knowledge qualification – Diploma in Engineering Technology
No K2, Ref no. 501/1130/9, Awarding organisation EAL, Credit value 78, Guided learning hours 600.

Transferable skills

Functional Skills in English – Level 2, Ref no. 500/8683/2, Awarding organisation – edexcel, Credit Value – 5.
Functional Skills in Mathematics – Level 2, Ref no. 500/8907/9, Awarding organisation – edexel, Credit Value – 5.
Functional Skills in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – Level 2, Ref no. 500/9827/5, Awarding organisation – edexcel, Credit value – 5.

Employee rights and responsibilities

Method 2 – workbook, Awarding organisation SEMTA.

Personal learning and thinking skills assessment and recognition (England)

Method 1a Qualification, Ref no. 600/2019/2, Awarding Organisation – EAL, Credit valve 6 Guided learning hours 60