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TradeSkills4U MOD1 & MOD2 courses approved for accreditation by City & Guilds

City & Guilds have approved TradeSkills4U’s MOD1 and MOD2 courses to be processed for accreditation.

City & Guilds have approved TradeSkills4U’s MOD1 and MOD2 courses to be processed for accreditation

TradeSkills4U are one of the first companies to introduce packages of courses making it easier for students to identify the courses they need and train to achieve their specific goals.

Several years ago, TradeSkills4U introduced their MOD1 course. This practical workshop is a foundation electrical installation course that shows students how to install in a domestic setting. At the time there wasn’t really anything else like it in the market place and TradeSkills4U were able to create a course that specifically met the demand for new entrants to the industry to learn how to carry out domestic installations.

They recognised that this course, although created in-house, should be represented by some kind of certification. As a result they applied to City & Guilds to see if the course could be accredited and have recently heard that it has been approved for accreditation. They are now going through the process of getting the full accreditation for the MOD1 and should finalise the details soon, meaning that it will be accompanied by a City & Guilds certificate in the future. This not only gives customers even more confidence in the quality of the training they will receive from Trade Skills 4U, but it also means their initial training will be recognised by City & Guilds.

Managing Director Carl Bennett said: “We have worked very hard to ensure our training is first class. We are very proud of our MOD1 course and are extremely happy it is going to receive the recognition it deserves. This further concretes our status as Britain’s premiere electrical training provider and shows our commitment to go the extra mile for our students.”

Trade Skills 4U have heard that their MOD2 course covering the Principles of Electro Technology will also be accredited. This means that every course in their Bronze and Silver course packages will now be accredited by City & Guilds.

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