City and Guilds 2330

 

The City and Guilds 2330 is a tried and tested qualification that has been available for many years and has been used by thousands of students to make their way into the electrical industry as a qualified electrician.

If you are looking to start an electrician course now you may not want to pursue the City and Guilds 2330 qualification as it is due to be retired on 31st July 2012 in favour of the City & Guilds 2357. It may survive longer after this date but that has not been announced at this time.

Below are the individual units that you will study if you undertake the City & Guilds 2330.

Unit Title Unit Code
 Health and Safety  2330-201
 Principles of Electrotechnology  2330-202
 Health and Safety and Electrical Principles Level 2 [Unit 3]  2330-203
 Health and Safety and Electrical Principles Assignment Level 2 [Unit 3]  2330-204
 Installation (Building & Structures) [Unit 4]  2330-205
 Installation (Building & Structures) Assignment [Unit 4]  2330-206
 Health and Safety and Electrical Principles Level 3  2330-301
 Inspection and Testing  2330-302
 Fault Diagnosis and Rectification  2330-303

There are five GOLA (multiple choice) exams that need to be taken with this qualification as well as four assignments that are listed below.

  • Unit 2330-204 Electrical Measurements
  • Unit 2330-206 Complete Installation
  • Unit 2330-302 Full Inspection and Test
  • Unit 2330-303 Fault Identification, Diagnosis and Rectification Task