Our Level 2 & 3 Diplomas – Why EAL?
City & Guilds are often the go-to choice for many qualifications, so you may be wondering why we’ve chosen to use EAL.
Although we are already a City & Guilds centre…
Let’s talk Business – learn how to succeed with our new Business Courses
In a quest to help you develop and optimise your business skills, Erudite Training have now opened an exciting new Business Department, with courses taught by highly experienced Mike Jackson-Leafield.
The first of our Business courses are…
Four Weeks vs. Four Years – A question about the Domestic Installer Course
We were recently asked about the difference between our Domestic Electrical Installer course and training at college for many years, over Facebook; “So what can you do after your Domestic Electrical Installer course compared to that of a 4 year trained spark?”
This is our answer…
17th Edition Update Course
At the beginning of January, a new amendment of the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations was released which will be enforced as of July 2015.
Who is designing YOUR installation?
As an electrician you will probably have issued, hundreds of electrical installation certificates.
Register.. Your Opinion
As you may have heard The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) and the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) have joined forces to create The Electrical Safety Register.
Changing Careers 101
We spend most of our adult waking lives at work; this is the place that defines a large proportion of people. Would it surprise you then that according to a recent pole “one in four of us is unhappy in our jobs”. I have had multiple jobs in the past that were a means to an end and ultimately unfulfilling, I got caught in the wage trap early on and didn’t really see a way out. As time went on I began to resent these jobs, but each move made the situation worse, until I realised that I was coming at it from the wrong angle. I was trying to fit myself to a job rather than considering a job that suited me, I know it seems like a really simple concept but it had never occurred to be before this point.
Prosecutions Loom following “Inadequate Testing” Hearing
“The Testing of this Installation not carried out to a professional standard, if at all”
Was what the sitting judge had to say at a recent court hearing. The hearing was to ascertain whether the death of Emma Shaw was unlawful.
New Qualifications explained
There have been murmurs on the grape vine for a while now about the changes that are being made by City & Guilds to a few of their Key courses. This article will attempt to clear up the confusion that surrounds these changes.
Resulting in success
How important are results? A companies reputation can be built or destroyed based upon its results. At Erudite Training Ltd our student’s results are absolutely paramount to our success.