Category Archives: Electrical Training News

Ticking all the Boxes for Competent Persons

Steve Rae-Jones: “Not everything has to be notified to LABC.” Back in April, we reported how Steve Rae-Jones had squared up to City & Guilds 2394 exam to bring his qualifications up to date, as a returning trade electrician. That … Continue reading

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Electrical Safety First voices ‘Grave Concerns’ over Third Party Inspection Scheme

A way for DIYers to have their work checked and certified? Just over a year ago, we posted a blog entry at Tester.co.uk about the Surge In Brits Carrying Out DIY Electrical Work according to survey carried out by the … Continue reading

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Squaring up to City & Guilds 2394

Steve Rae-Jones: “I have never been one for exams.” The pass rate for City & Guilds 2394-302 Level 3 Principles, Practices and Legislation for the Initial Verification of Electrical Installations examination, which currently hovers around 50%, has hit a high … Continue reading

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No Time for Classroom 17th Edition Training? Go Online!

The coveted 17th Edition 2382-12 Certificate may seem to be out of reach for many busy electricians who cannot find the time to attend formal classroom-based training. Now with the help of an interactive Online 17th Edition Course, this can … Continue reading

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Make an Electrifying Career Move

With rising university costs, difficulty finding a job in other sectors and the fact that the average age of electricians is on the rise, there’s never been a better time for the younger generation to start a career in the … Continue reading

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