Welcome to the 2018/2019 Employer and Business National Occupational Standard (NOS) consultation.

What are National Occupational Standards (NOS)?
A National Occupational Standard (NOS) is a document that describes the knowledge, skills and understanding an individual needs to be competent at their job. All NOS are kept on a public database. The Government has asked us to review electrotechnical NOS to ensure they are up to date.

Why should I be interested?
This work is a chance for you to influence the standards our industry works and trains by. These standards feed into qualifications and apprenticeships across the UK (and internationally) and we would really like your comments on whether they are fit for purpose (FFP) as they are, or if they need to be changed.

Who should take part in this consultation?
Anyone who works for or who owns a business operating in the electrotechnical industry. In larger businesses, training managers will wish to comment but this consultation is open to all businesses from sole traders to multinationals.

What do I need to do?
First of all, you do not need to read all the NOS units! We’re only asking you to read and comment on the ones that are relevant for you and your business.

All units are available to view and download below.

Once you’ve looked at all relevant units, please download the consultation document and fill in your details. The document should be self-explanatory, but if you have any questions please feel free to contact [email protected] who will respond to you ASAP.

The deadline for responses is 30 December 2018.

NOS Units

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Generic

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Electrotechnical

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Electrotechnical Services

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Ensuring the compliance of Electrical Installation work in dwellings with the building regulations (England and Wales)

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