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NVQ 2356-99 Level 3

Panel Building

City and Guilds NVQ 2356-99 Level 3 in Electrotechnical Panel Building Experienced Worker (April 2014)

The Panel Building NVQ 2356 Level 3 consists of seven units, 319 to 325 and each unit needs to be complete over three separate occasions.

These three occasions can be done by observations / professional discussions by your assessor or witness statements / site diary created by yourself using evidence collected from jobs / tasks.

NVQ 2356-99 Level 3 in Panel Building
We have three different package options for this course – each with a choice of Full, or easy Monthly payments.
The Silver Package is our most popular option because your portfolio is actually compiled for you by your allocated assessor from his observations and professional discussions.

 

Simply click on one of the Packages and Payment Options just below to get started on your NVQ right now. More details of the units within this course are printed below the NVQ 2356-99 Panel Building package options.

 

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BRONZE

Standard Online Course
£750/+ VAT
  • * Registration with City & Guilds on the 2356-99

  • * Telephone induction with assessor

  • * Site diary assessment/feedback

  • * One Remote observation by your assessor – More details

  • * Assessment and verification of portfolio

  • * On-going support and feedback from your assessor

  • * Certification

  • Chose between two payment options…

  • Full Payment – £750 + vat

  • 6 monthly installments of £125 + vat

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GOLD

With Assessor Built Portfolio + AM2
£1900/+ VAT
  • * Registration with City & Guilds on the 2356-99

  • * Telephone induction with assessor

  • * Portfolio completed with remote observations by your assessor and professional discussion – More

  • * Assessment and verification of portfolio

  • * On-going support and feedback from your assessor

  • * Certification

  • * AM2 test booked by ourselves at a centre nearest to you

  • Chose between two payment options…

  • Full Payment – £1900 + vat

  • 10 monthly installments of £190 + vat

Other Payment Options

You can also make your payment over the phone on a card, or by BACS transfer. Please contact us now if you’d prefer either of these options.

NVQ 2356-99 Panel Building Units

319 Ensure safe working practices for panel building

This unit is for: You if you build panels as you will need to ensure the workplace is continually safe for electrical
work.

This unit is about:  Assessing the workplace for hazards prior to, during and on completion of work on panel building.

This is what you need to show: That you possess the skills and knowledge to:

• assess the working conditions for health and safety purposes

• plan a safe programme of work

• carry out safe working practices including use of access equipment

• monitor that the workplace remains continually safe during working

• ensure it is left in a safe and secure condition on completion

320 Prepare to build panels

This unit is for: You if you are preparing to build a custom-built panel in the workplace.

This unit is about: Ensuring that the conductor systems and equipment are suitable for the panel type and its specification, and planning a safe system of work.

You need to show: That you possess the skills and knowledge to:

• confirm that the work you are going to do meets the relevant person'(s) expectations,

• ensure you have the right materials for that panel type, and that the working conditions are
safe for work to start,

• be sure that the conductor systems and equipment are safe and fit for purpose

• correctly plan a safe system of work

321 Build panels using safe and approved methods

This unit is for: You if you build panels in the workplace.

This unit is about:  Following the correct procedures for building panels.

You need to show:  That you possess the skills and knowledge to:

• build panels using safe and approved methods

• use drawings, diagrams and specifications to assemble the panels

• check for defects during the building period

• take suitable action to remedy defects

322 Carry out inspection and testing of panels

This unit is for: You if you diagnose and correct faults in panels and take appropriate action.

This unit is about: The safe identification and rectification of faults using safe and approved methods.

This is what you need to show: That you possess the skills and knowledge to:

• use safe methods of diagnosing faults

• rectify faults using safe and approved methods

• make the correct use of test equipment and tools

323 Diagnose and correct faults in panels

This unit is for:  You if you diagnose and correct faults in panels and take appropriate action.

This unit is about:  The safe identification and rectification of faults using safe and approved methods.

This is what you need to show:  That you possess the skills and knowledge to:

• use safe methods of diagnosing faults

• rectify faults using safe and approved methods

• make the correct use of test equipment and tools

324 Provide technical and functional information to relevant people

This unit is for: You if you pass on technical or functional information relating to custom-built panels.

This unit is about: Supplying technical and functional information accurately on appropriate occasions or at handover with the right amount of detail bearing in mind the level of awareness of the recipient of the information.

This is what you need to show: That you possess the skills and knowledge to identify who should receive such information and at what level of detail supply the information that is within your job capabilities and responsibilities pass on the necessary safety considerations in the correct manner

325 Maintain a healthy and safe working environment when building panels

This unit is for: A person carrying out activities at work-regardless of where that work might be. The scope of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 covers ‘all persons’ whether employers, employees, self-employed, contractors, etc. Amongst other things the Act seeks do is to secure the health, safety and welfare of people whilst they work and protect other people against risks to health or safety arising from the activity of people at work.

This unit does not require the learner to undertake a full risk assessment, it is about having an appreciation of significant risks in the workplace and knowing how to identify them and deal with them.

It is important to note the following that according to the Health and Safety at Work Act:

Employers must safeguard so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work of all the people who work for them and `other persons’. This applies in particular to the provision and maintenance of safe plant and systems of work, and covers all machinery, equipment and substances used.

People at work also have a duty under the Act to take reasonable care to avoid harm to themselves or to others by their working practices, and to co-operate with employers and others in meeting statutory requirements. The Act also requires employees not to interfere with or misuse anything provided to protect their health, safety or welfare in compliance with the Act.

This unit is about: Having an appreciation of hazards which may cause serious harm in the workplace and knowing how to deal with them. It describes the competences required to ensure that:

• your own actions do not create any health and safety risks

• you do not ignore hazards with significant risk in your workplace

• you take sensible action to put things right, including: reporting situations which pose a danger to people in the workplace and seeking advice

This is what you need to show: That you understand the health and safety requirements in the workplace, and that you check your own work activities and work area for any hazards which may harm you or others. You should be able to identify those risks you can safely deal with yourself, and those which you must report to the responsible’ person for attention.

399 Electrotechnical occupational competence (AM2 Assessment)

This unit is about: This unit is designed to enable learners to demonstrate ‘Electrotechnical occupational competence’ in accordance with approved industry practices and the current statutory and non-statutory regulations:

• The Electricity at Work Regulations (1989)

• The current edition of BS7671 Wiring Regulations

• Health & Safety Act (1974)

• Building Regulations (2000)

• Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations

• Reporting of Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences Regulations

• Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations

• Manual Handling Operations Regulations

• Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations

• Work at Height Regulations

• Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations

• Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations

The outcomes and the assessment criteria of this unit underpin the electrotechnical industry’s competence requirements for qualified operatives in an installation or maintenance role.

This is what you need to show: To undertake this unit, learners must provide auditable formal evidence that they have the relevant electrotechnical knowledge, understanding, experience and skills at the appropriate level that enables them to carry out the assessment activities effectively and safely as prescribed for each learning outcome.

This unit must only be assessed in a National Electrotechnical Training (NET) approved centre. All criteria set by NET must be met full and continuously for each assessment. NET, rather than City & Guilds, should be contacted regarding any queries regarding the delivery and/or assessment for this unit.

As with all assessments, the candidates result for this unit must be submitted to City & Guilds on the Walled Garden to allow for certification.

This unit will be assessed by:

• a knowledge assessment at a NET approved AM2 centre

• a simulated practical exercise at a NET approved AM2 centre.

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