Electric Training Ready to Go

31.07.2020

Electric Training Ready to Go

The Electrical Training Area did not exist before Lockdown. The opportunity to improve our site arose and we were able to minimise the impact of furlough and endeavour to get key utility workers back in a position to operate.

We have invested to create a safe and flexible training space which is in a place to receive EUSR accreditation in the coming weeks and will allow our experienced assessors to perform NSAP assessments on-site alongside our ACS offering.

We at SERT are now in a position to deliver a range of single and three phase metering courses and assessments with a view to developing the facilities for training domestic electrical installers and bringing in additional courses such as Inspection and Testing and the installation of electric vehicle charging points.

Posted by: Stephen Knight

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