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
The halogen light bulb was invented in the 1950s, and after seventy decades of advancements and gained knowledge on energy efficiency, they will soon be completely banned in the UK. The UK government began phasing halogen bulbs out in 2018 under EU wide rules, and as of September 1st 2021, they will no longer be
We often see changes within the trades industry, such as new regulations, equipment and tools, and new practices. It can be difficult for a company to keep up with the industry and may result in a lack of skills among their staff – upskilling employees can prevent this. Upskilling is when companies retrain their staff
There are more electrical vehicles on the road every day, last year we saw a 66% increase in electric vehicle registrations, the biggest annual rise yet. Whilst these growing numbers are great, it does bring a worry that there are not enough electric vehicle chargers installed to meet demand. There has been a big push
During the warmer months, gardens often become additional living spaces for many households. This means more electrical equipment is being brought and used outdoors such as lawnmowers, electric trimmers, lighting and entertainment equipment, such as speakers. According to a recent survey conducted by training providers Technique Learning Solutions, over 80% of the UK public use
How Much Do Electricians Earn? Is one of the most asked questions. There are many benefits to becoming an electrician such as being your own boss, different day-to-day tasks, always being in demand, and many more. One huge bonus is the money – electricians are paid the highest out of all the trades and their
If you work in the housing or electrical industry, chances are you already know about the latest regulations for electrical safety in the private rented sector. If you don’t it’s important to know the latest updates and regulations and how this may affect you. Ensuring electrical installations are safe is essential for the safety of
This will be one of the biggest changes in the industry and will have an effect on anyone carrying out PAT Testing. We will be running a FREE webinar on the changes and what they will mean to installers and business owners. For more information use the following link https://bit.ly/354ldlp
Oxford is trialling six pop-up electric vehicle (EV) charge points for residents who have no off-street parking. The ‘UEone’ charge points are app-operated and retract underground when not in use in order to reduce street clutter. The trial will finish in February 2020. Principal contractor Oxford Direct Services (ODS) has been involved since 2018 in
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