In this guide we aim to dispel the myths of this 2346 Experienced Worker Qualification and look at who is this is really for. The City & Guilds 2346 experienced qualification is in fact not a training course but an assessment that covers the skills needed to be remain on top
The IET has announced changes to the 18th edition wiring regulations from March 2022. 18th Edition update, BS 7671:2018+A2:2022 Over the year the amendments come in various forms but as there have been a large amount of changes throughout this edition (ammendment2) including a totally new section, In other words it means the purchase of
How to become an electrician in 2021 Having a career within the electrical industry is desirable for many – this is not a surprise with the many benefits to being an electrician, such as job security, high earning potential, self-employment opportunities, and many more. How do I begin my career to become an electrician? There
Fathers day is coming up, so we wanted to share some brilliant gifts that we think you’ll love – feel free to share this blog with your partners and kids, that way there are no excuses 😉 To let everybody know who is the best… We all love a good mug, and they’re more than
A huge decision for many people working within the trades industry is deciding whether to become a self-employed electrician or to go and work for an existing company. There are pros and cons to both roles, which is why this decision can be such a difficult one to make. In this post, we will discuss
It’s important that homeowners and business owners keep an eye on electrical installations within their properties – spotting any possible hazards and getting them looked at as soon as possible can be a matter of life or death. However, it can be difficult for the general public to spot dangers ahead of time as they
If you work within the electrical industry, you probably know all about the British Standards (BS 7671:2018) of wiring regulations, AKA, 18th Edition. But is a training course and qualification on this necessary for everybody? Anybody who works with electrical installations is expected to understand and comply with wiring regulations, therefore they would benefit from
Over time, all electrical installations deteriorate for a range of reasons, the most common ones simply being age and use. It’s important to get an electrical installation condition report (EIRC) done often to check for any damage, deterioration or defects. But how often does an EICR need to be done? And why is it necessary?
There are many myths regarding electrical safety around, most of which develop from peoples interpretations drifting away from the original intent. In the electrical industry, it’s extremely important to dispel these myths to keep everybody safe and prevent accidents. This industry can be extremely dangerous if electrical safety is not taken seriously. Low voltage =
Electricians might find themselves asking the question ‘why do an Inspection and Testing course?’ There are a range of reasons and benefits for becoming qualified in this… Inspection and Testing is extremely important for many reasons. Firstly, it can be very dangerous if faulty installations are not fixed and can result in electrical fires, electric
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