Do You Want To Be An Electrical Apprentice?

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If you are interested in beginning a career in the electrical world then starting off as an apprentice is a fantastic way to start.

Taking on an electrician apprenticeship means you will earn as you learn, gain on-the-job experience and begin to develop workplace skills.  At the end of it all you will gain the NVQ level 3 in electrical installation. Continue reading

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English: PAT Testing in the Workplace

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You wouldn’t expect to be wheeled into surgery at a hospital and meet your doctor who was about to operate on you, just before they take their final doctor’s exams. If you could, you’d be up and running away immediately.

Exactly the same can be said about the electrician that turns up at your home or your office to remedy your electrical problems.

The similarity is that you are unlikely to ask your doctor or your electrician about their years of training and experience before employing them, but dealing with someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing could enforce the same result on your life. Continue reading