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Can't find the time for 17th Edition training? - Weekend courses could provide the answer

In today's pressured workplace it can be hard to find the time to keep up with the latest technical developments. Many electricians find themselves in a Catch 22 situation - no one wants to turn down valuable work. But here’s the dilemma that many electricians face today. In order to win orders, or to secure new contracts, now or in the future, being fully qualified and conversant with the 17th Edition regs and other qualifications is taken as a given, and doing nothing is not an option.

To combat this, training now comes in many forms. But, for a hands-on profession, hands-on training - and training with experienced trainers - is frankly, irreplaceable.

In this competitive marketplace, clients take qualifications seriously. Electricians who attend a real-time course, to ensure they have the latest knowledge, are likely to have the edge when tendering for both commercial and private business. And, within the industry itself, pressures appear to be growing to ensure all electricians, and certainly QS’s, are trained and qualified to the very latest 17th Edition standard.

So whether you are self-employed or running a large electrical contracting company, weekend courses can provide a very useful and welcome alternative. Opting for weekend courses removes the need to juggle contract deadlines with taking time out for training.

Customer feedback has led Total Electrical Training to launch a number of fast track weekend courses, aimed at electricians already working in the trade who need to upgrade to the 17th Edition. These special training coursesare tailored, with their primarily focus on getting to the core of the regs - how the numbering system works, how to easily navigate through the parts and chapters, definitions and terms, and of course, the expanded appendices. By making the process as clear and simple as possible, Total Electrical Training believes that for electricians, this approach will enable most delegates to get up to speed with latest requirements, learn how the regs have changed over time; and most importantly, achieve a successful examination pass.

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