This course will enable you to gain the additional knowledge required to carry out inspection and maintenance of High Voltage switchgear and associated systems.Learn more
This course will enable you to gain the practical and theoretical awareness of some of the more technical aspects and use of high voltage systems and equipment. The aim of this course is to consolidate and enhance current knowledge and explore common engineering techniques.Learn more
Access requirements for work such as painting, checking emergency lighting and servicing fire extinguishers, or escorting contractors such as gardening, pest control or cleaning all require an awareness of the environment and potential hazards inside substations. This course looks at the dangers of electricity and hazards that could be encountered, what behaviour and control measures are required when entering these areas, the role of personnel and the type of documentation which could be used to gain access.Learn more
This course is designed for tradesmen, technicians, engineers etc. involved with the design, manufacturing, installation, maintenance, service and repair of electrical installations. The course will enable candidates to understand the scope and implementation of the 17th Edition IET Regulations and their responsibilities under the RegulationsLearn more
Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technicians covers 7 roles:
Control & Instrumentation Technicians
Wind Turbine Technicians
Electrical System and Process Control Technicians
Plant Operations Technicians
This apprenticeship for mechatronics maintenance technicians is designed as a three-year programme. It equips you with a complex blend of skills, knowledge and occupational behaviours across the electrical, electronic, mechanical, fluid power and control systems disciplines.
Typically, the duration of this apprenticeship is 36 – 48 months. This may be reduced for a candidate with previous relevant experience or who is already part-qualified.
Advanced Electrical Installation Apprenticeships normally last four years during which time you will attend our Training Centre one day per week for 3 years, following a Technical Certificate course. The remainder of your time will be spent with your employer on site carrying out electrical installation work. NWTC will monitor and assess your Apprenticeship progress on a regular basis to ensure you complete your National Vocational Qualification (N.V.Q) at Level 3, Technical Certificate, Functional Skills and AM2 test, which will lead to a certificate of Advanced Apprenticeship and qualify you to be registered as an electrician.Learn more
Advanced Engineering Apprenticeships usually last four years during which time you will attend our Training Centre or a College one day per week for initial training and Further Education. The remainder of your time will be spent with your employer training in engineering. NWTC will monitor your Apprenticeship on a regular basis to ensure you complete your National Vocational Qualification (N.V.Q) at Level 3 and Functional Skills, which will lead to a Certificate of Advanced Apprenticeship.Learn more