Experienced Worker Assessment

Beau Associates now offers the  Experienced Worker Assessment to enable mature workers in the electrical industry to gain their Level 3 NVQ.

Candidate Eligibility

Typically, the candidate will have completed relevant electrotechnical theory training and then worked within the industry for a minimum of 5 years as a practicing electrician, which must be auditable .

This assessment is not suitable for new entrants to the electrotechnical industry, apprentices or other trainees who require any training or for inexperienced operatives. It is unlikely that a candidate who has not gained significant industry experience will be able to pass this assessment.

Candidates must be able to provide sufficient evidence from site and by witness testimony of previous work to fully meet the qualification specification in the required pathway.

The candidate assessment

This assessment is designed to take into account existing qualifications and experience of the candidate.

Prior to enrolling on this assessment programme the candidate must have successfully and fully completed a relevant technical certificate and be able to demonstrate to an assessor their understanding of the industry theory and UK wiring regulations as set out in the qualifications specification.

The candidate must provide current evidence from site to demonstrate full compliance with the performance that is required as set out in the qualifications specification in a site visit/s where the assessor has viewed the candidate working and has been provided with verifiable witness testimonies.

The candidate must also gain the

i) AM2E, as provided by industry assessment charity National Electrotechnical Training as a mandatory component of this assessment route.

ii) 18th  Edition wiring regulations

iii) Level 3 initial verification of electrical installations

Prices for Electrotechnical Services Experienced Worker Assessment

NVQ £1500

AM2E £780 +VAT

18th Edition wiring regulations from £200

Level 3 Initial Verification of Electrical Installations 

See https://www.the-esp.org.uk/our-work/ewa/

If you have any questions or would like to register on a course please contact us here