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You can get a great job!
Being a qualified electrician sets you up for a great, well-paid job. A number of our students have gone on to secure great jobs - and some even worked at the Olympic Park!
“Electrical installation is seen as a high level trade – and as such, you can earn a lot of money in it. The basic rate is around £750 a week – and can go up depending on the company you work for or the hours you put in if you own your own business.
But, to be a qualified electrician, you have to have at least a level 3 Diploma – which includes a 3-day practical assessment.
Hackney Community College is the ideal place to get qualified. As well as offering courses from level 1 to level 3 – they offer specific industry-related courses so you can be an approved electrician. These include the 17th edition and Testing and Inspection.
The college has a really good reputation for electrical installation. One of the college’s training providers commented that out of all the colleges they work with – the students from Hackney Community College achieve the best results in London!
So what makes HCC so good? Well, firstly, the class sizes are small so you get good one-to-one support from your teacher. The purpose-built workshops are set up to deliver assessments at industry standards – and you’ll gain a wide range of skills to enable you cope with onsite work.
All of our tutors are qualified and practicing electricians – so they keep up with industry standards and share their experiences with us. Maybe that’s why so many of the students here succeed. Many go on to get great jobs – and some female and male students even worked on the Olympic and Paralypmic park!”
HCC student lights up the Olympic Park
Hackney Community College Electrical Installation student, Kelly Drake, has landed a fantastic job working on the London 2012 Olympic site as a trainee electrician.
She said: “The College has allowed me to work towards qualifications which have helped me immensely with my performance at work. It is quite fulfilling to know that I am helping prepare for such a great event. I would definitely recommend HCC to everyone I know.”
What are my options after studying Electrical Installation?
- Electrical engineer
- Self employed electrician
- Construction worker
- Further study or Apprenticeship