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Trade Skills 4U & JTL partner to deliver quality electrical apprenticeships

National Electrical Provision enhanced by New Training Partnership.

Trade Skills 4U and JTL have announced a partnership to deliver NVQ Diploma qualifications to electrical apprentices looking to become fully qualified in the electrical industry.

“Thanks to this new agreement, the two organisations are working together to offer the most recognised electrician's NVQ qualification of its kind in the UK. The government, ECA, JIB, JTL and Summit skills all recognise it as a robust route to becoming a fully qualified electrician,” TradeSkills4U wrote in a statement.

The training provider added, “Candidates looking to train within this industry will now be able to benefit from this collaboration as they will effectively receive the 'best bits' from two nationally recognised organisations, allowing the partners to focus their energy on what they do best.”

Those attending the course will find the theoretical and practical training required to complete the knowledge components of the qualification will be conducted within Trade Skills 4U's state of the art training facilities in Gatwick, West Sussex.

Candidates will be able to take advantage of the centre's fully equipped classrooms complete with workshop areas built to enhance student learning. The assessments and NVQ visits after the training course will then be delivered nationwide via an assigned JTL assessor.

Carl Bennett, managing director of Trade Skills 4U said, “We bring an expertise in making people aware of the opportunities available to them along with the right customer service attitude needed to drive a retail business where the customer is key.
“This is a great opportunity for us as well as the students to come together and build the best training programme on offer today.”

Caroline Turner, director of operations for JTL, added “We are delighted to have entered into this arrangement with Trade Skills 4U which we envisage can only bring benefits to the apprentices and their employers. Both organisations place strong emphasis on the quality of provision and support and we very much look forward to working together to creating innovative ways of meeting our employer partners' requirements for training and assessment long into the future.”

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