At Fife College, we understand the importance of having a highly skilled workforce in the electrical and building services industry.
That's why we offer comprehensive training programs led by experienced faculty, ensuring that you receive the most up-to-date and relevant training available.
Embark on a journey where your career is enlightened at every step with Fife College's electrical training courses.
From novices exploring an initial electrician course to seasoned professionals seeking advanced electrical certification, our diverse range of courses, including the pivotal 18th Edition and City & Guilds 2391 course and electrical safety training, are meticulously designed to spark your potential and navigate you through the ever-evolving electrical industry standards.
Visit the Course Schedule here for dates and prices.
Step into a world where your design visions are sculpted into reality with our building design courses at Fife College.
Whether you’re an aspiring designer eager to delve into Revit classes or a seasoned architect looking to enhance your skills with BIM training courses, our curriculum is crafted to elevate your expertise, bridging the gap between conceptual design and tangible construction in the building services industry.
Frequently Asked Questions
At Fife College, the duration of our electrician courses varies to accommodate different learning needs and career goals.
From short-term courses like the City & Guilds 2391 course to comprehensive electrical training programs, we offer a range of durations to suit both beginners and experienced professionals. Visit the Course Schedule here for detailed information on each course's duration.
The cost to become a fully qualified electrician through Fife College can vary based on the specific electrical training course or program selected. We offer a range of courses, each priced according to its duration, depth, and qualification level.
Detailed information about the costs associated with each course can be found here on our Course Schedule page.
A Level 3 qualification in electrical training is often considered an advanced level of education in the field. However, being "fully qualified" may require additional certifications or experiences, depending on regional and industry standards.
At Fife College, our Level 3 courses in electrical training provide a solid foundation and can be a significant step towards becoming a fully qualified electrician.
A BIM (Building Information Modeling) course, like those offered at Fife College, focuses on developing skills to manage and utilize digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places.
Our BIM training courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge to enhance planning, designing, managing, and operating buildings and infrastructure.