Able Skills will launch the City & Guilds 2357 NVQ Diploma this April 18th for those looking to access the electrical installation industry.The new C&G 2357-13 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment has been introduced following the expiry of the C&G 2330 and will be the only recognised route into the electrical industry.This course is best suited to those who are new to the electrical industry as well as those who have gained experience on the out-dated C&G 2330 and C&G 2356 electrical courses.Course candidates will learn all the required regulation knowledge, practical skills and science needed for electrical installation work as well as gaining essential training on Health & Safety and renewable energy.Able Skills are the first training provider to publish their course structure and because we are not reliant on government funding we also have the flexibility to provide start dates which run throughout the year.Allowing our students to train at their convenience is paramount in Able Skills' philosophy and, as such, we will offer this electrical course over weekends as well as on a fast-track basis.This course integrates theory sessions with practical tasks which makes home study virtually impossible as this course requires qualified and experienced instructors on-hand at all times.Able Skills will teach the electrical course in a 20 week period having worked hard to develop a training plan which will deliver the qualification in manageable chunks in order to give candidates a full understanding of each required unit.Furthermore, April 2011 marks the end of short Part P courses, with the introduction of a level 3 NVQ Diploma which will be very similar to the C&G 2357 and will require students to study domestic dwelling electrical work at length.Please visit the City & Guilds 2357 NVQ Diploma page for all the course details and information about our flexible pricing plan, which is spread over a six month period.