PEME electrical apprentice, Connor Mills, joined PEME in September 2010 and has been completing an Electrotechnical Apprenticeship through Tresham College. He has worked on several of our client sites gaining broad experience on a range of assets.
Connor recently took his Achievement Measurement 2 (AM2) test and passed all aspects first time, which is a significant achievement. Connor passed all aspects of his practical assessment and he also completed an on-line examination which had 9 sections. Overall, Connor scored 90.7% across all 9 sections (on 7 of the 9 sections he scored 100%).
All electrical apprentices are required, towards the end of their apprenticeship, to complete the AM2 test. The AM2 test lasts 3 days and is designed for individuals who wish to practise either as an installation projects electrician or as a maintenance electrician. The test demonstrates that they have the level of competence expected by the industry, against the following sections:
- Composite Installation from TP&N Distribution Board
- Safe Isolation of Supply and Safe Working Practice
- Inspection & Testing
- Fault Diagnosis & Rectification