PEME’s Lewis Cosgrove has taken a major step towards achieving his aspiration of becoming a fully qualified industrial electrical technician. He passed the practical aspects of the AM2 qualification with ‘flying colours’ and then successfully completed the on-line examination, which he did with a score of 100% on 8 of the 10 sections and a highly respectable average across all 10 sections of 89.97%.
The AM2 is an independent unit within the electrician qualification structure that provides an Assessment of Occupational Competence of all electrical apprentices seeking to attain the status of an electrician via the electrotechnical NVQ Level 3 Diploma. The AM2 is managed, quality assured and overseen, in agreement with the awarding organisations, by National Electrotechnical Training (NET).
Lewis started his Apprenticeship with PEME in 2011 and has been studying his Electrotechnical Apprenticeship through Tresham College. He has worked at a range of PEME client sites during his apprenticeship, travelling to various locations including East London, Birmingham, Melton, Slough and Rugby. Lewis is very enthusiastic, works extremely well as member of a maintenance team and is a keen follower of a semi-professional football team.