Once you have done all you need to do to train to be an electrician – all the necessary courses and training – you will get employed and build up your knowledge and experience of the electrical industry, to the point where you are eventually the most experienced member of an electrical team; you are now a master electrician.
A master electrician typically oversees a staff of labourers, electrician apprentices and journeymen electricians on commercial, industrial and residential jobs.
Training courses are ways of improving the effectiveness of your current workforce, but they are also attractive benefits for ambitious people.
Training isn’t just important to any company, it is vital. Continue reading
In the world of social media, digital marketing and search engine optimisation, it can be all too easy to think that it’s no longer a good option to head into a traditional trade.
More and more young people are moving into more IT-based roles than ever before and not into the likes of bricklaying or carpentry.
Whether you are young and new to a trade, or you are older and have been doing it for 30 years, there is always the chance that either of you can have any sort of accident, big or small.
Regardless of the business you are in, the possibilities of injury or damage to someone else’s health are forever going to be there. These could come from manual handling, working constantly with computers, dangerous machinery or even stress. Continue reading
The answer to this, unfortunately, is yes. These ‘cowboys’ are in pretty much every working industry you can think of.
For those of you that don’t know, ‘cowboys’ in this sense are the people who go to properties and buildings and pretend they are going to give you the world, but once they receive payment from you, they are more likely to leave you for dust, rather than do a good job of the work you require. Continue reading