City & Guilds 2365 – Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures)
This Level 2 qualification is designed for new entrants to the industry. For aspiring electricians not already started on an Electrical Apprenticeship, not yet in a job working in the Electrical Industry, or with very little, if any, experience.
Successful completion of this qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge and a firm foundation to progress further – and ultimately onto a qualification such as the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrotechnical Technology (2357) which can lead to becoming a fully qualified electrician.
You must be over the age of 18 to start this course and it is recommended to have achieved Level 2 in English and Maths. However, this is not a requirement and the course can still be successfully completed without any prior qualifications.
C&G 2365 Level 2 Diploma Learning Units
There are five subject units within the 2365 Level 2 Diploma:
- Unit 201: Health and safety in building services engineering
- Unit 202: Principles of Electrical Science
- Unit 203: Electrical installations technology
- Unit 204: Installation of wiring systems and enclosures
- Unit 210: Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering
Purchase of the Full Online Course includes all these units plus registration to City & Guilds. However, unique to XS Training, we have also made each unit/course available to buy separately – which you can do so from the individual unit/course details below.
This provides greater flexibility for the new learner to control their own pace of learning – and at the same time their financial outlay.
C&G 2365 Full Online Course + City & Guilds Registration – £1900 + VAT
– or 10 x Monthly Payments of £190 + VAT
The course is accessible for 12 months from the day of purchase.
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C&G 2365 Units Overview & Opportunity To Purchase Separately
All of our courses that make up the five separate units of the City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations are available to purchase individually. We have done this to allow the new learner greater flexibility when taking their very first steps to becoming a fully qualified electrician.
However, when purchasing your first course you will also need to register with City & Guilds in order to take the final exam to complete the course. You only need to pay for C&G registration ONCE, not for each course/unit.
For even greater flexibility and budgeting, there is a monthly payment option on this and all our courses.
C&G 2365 Level 2 Registration
Single Payment of
£200 + VAT
C&G 2365 Level 2 Registration
2 Payments of
£100 + VAT
Unit 201: Health and Safety in Building Services Engineering Course Overview:
This unit provides learners with the essential health and safety knowledge and skills to demonstrate best practice in a business services engineering environment or sector. The unit provides learners with an awareness of relevant legislation and should underpin all business services engineering activities learners take part in.
Learning Outcome 1 – Health and Safety Legislation in Electrical Installations
Learning Outcome 2 – Hazardous Situations in Electrical Installations Part 1
Learning Outcome 3 – Hazardous Situations in Electrical Installations Part 2
Learning Outcome 4 – Gases and Heat Producing Equipment in Electrical Installations
Learning Outcome 5 – Access Equipment, Confined Spaces and Applying Safe Working Practices
End of Unit Exam
Unit 202: Principles of Electrical Science Course Overview:
The aim of this unit is to enable the candidate to know the basic principles of electrical science. This knowledge provides the foundation for electrical installations which can be applied when designing wiring systems for clients and when inspecting and testing electrical installations.
Learning Outcome 1 – Understand Mathematical Principles Which Are Appropriate to Electrical Installation, Maintenance and Design Work
Learning Outcome 2 – Understand Standard Units of Measurement Used in Electrical Installation, Maintenance and Design Work
Learning Outcome 3 – Understand Basic Mechanics and the Relationship Between Force, Work, Energy and Power
Learning Outcome 4 – Understand the Relationship Between Resistance, Resistivity, Voltage, Current and Power
Learning Outcome 5 – Understand the Fundamental Principles Which Underpin the Relationship Between Magnetism and Electricity
Learning Outcome 6 – Understand the Types, Applications and Limitations of Electronic Components in Electrical Systems and Equipment
End of Unit Exam 1
End of Unit Exam 2
Unit 203: Electrical Installations Technology Course Overview:
The purpose of this knowledge unit is for the candidate to gain knowledge of the underpinning principles and industry standards and requirements of electrical installation technology. They will know about sources of information and the types of information they provide about wiring systems. They will also know about earthing systems and the installation of wiring systems.
Learning Outcome 1 – Know Implications of Electrical Industry Regulations
Learning Outcome 2 – Know How To Obtain Technical Information
Learning Outcome 3 – Know wiring systems of electrical installations
Learning Outcome 4 – Know requirements earthing systems
Learning Outcome 5 – Know How Electricity is Supplied
Learning Outcome 6 – Know Requirements for Different Types of Micro-renewable Energies
End of Unit Exam
Unit 204: Installation of Wiring Systems and Enclosures Course Overview:
This practical unit will develop in learners the skills required to install wiring systems to recognised standards. Learners will learn to use tools and materials effectively in completing well-defined tasks for electrical installations. In addition to learning to install systems, learners will also develop skills to inspect and test wiring systems.
Learning Outcome 1 – Safe Isolation
Learning Outcome 2 – Tools
Learning Outcome 3 – Safety Procedures
Learning Outcome 4 – Installation of Wiring Systems
Learning Outcome 5 – Containment Installation
Unit 210: Understand How to Communicate With Others Within Building Services Engineering Course Overview:
This unit provides learning in the development and continued maintenance of effective working relationships in the building services industry associated with work in dwellings, industrial and commercial premises and for private and contract type clients.
Learning Outcome 1 – Know the Members of the Construction Team and Their Role Within the Building Services Industry
Learning Outcome 2 – Know How to Apply Information Sources in the Building Services Industry
Learning Outcome 3 – Know How to Communicate With Others in the Building Services Industry
End of Unit Exam