Electrical engineering is one career, which will never go out of demand. As a matter of fact, Electrical engineering is one of the most sought after courses worldwide. There are many training centres that offer electrical engineer training around the UK, for aspiring electrical engineers. Wyre Associates Electrical Engineer Training is one training institute, which has been around since 2005.
During that time, they have trained around 5000 people to get electrical qualifications, and are accredited for training by both City and Guilds, and NICEIC. They have expert staff and trainers who have vast knowledge in the field. Here is a brief on the courses they offer and what an aspiring electric engineer can get out of each course.
17th Edition Training:
17th edition training is a 3 day course that is designed to suit people who are working in both the commercial and domestic sector. This is offered both as an in-centre and online course.
Generally, electricians who are interested in upgrading their 16th edition certification take up this course. The 17th edition courses are provided by expert teachers, which have an up-to-date knowledge on the regulations regarding the field, both practically and theoretically.
Certification of Electrical Installations:
This is a 4 day course which is designed for electricians who are practicing. This course completion offers City & Guilds 2394 Level 3 qualification.
Inspection and testing:
This is a 4 day course suitable for people who are planning to work in the commercial or industrial sector. This course isn’t suitable for beginners, as it’s designed to help people who already possess knowledge and experience in inspection and testing.
NICEIC Part P:
The NICEIC Part P course is a 4 day training program that is suitable for people who are currently working in the domestic field. Basic practical knowledge or even good theoretical knowledge in domestic sectors is enough to qualify for this program.
Fundamental Inspection is a 4 day course that is designed to help the electricians in testing new installations. This course is more of an introductory course that suits people who have limited knowledge in inspection and testing, specifically to new installations.
Gold Card NVQ Course:
This course is for people who are already working, but do not have the necessary NVQ level 3 qualification. This helps them learn quicker and it could be done as a part time course to fit around their work schedule. In general, this course takes less than 4 months to complete and get qualified.
ESC Health & Safety Course:
The ESC Card is an identity card that shows the qualification and identification of an electrician. This card is provided in affiliation with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS card) after assessing the applicant.
Electrical Design Course:
This electrical course will provide insight to those who are interested in taking up a job in the design side of electrical installations. To qualify for this course, the applicant must possess City & Guilds 2395 qualification certification.
PAT Testing Course:
This is a 2 day course that concentrates on appliances in the work place. To qualify for this course, one should have Level 3 certification and show practical knowledge proof in IEE Code of Practice for Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT Testing).
Most of the courses offered, prepare the trainees both theoretically and practically. Furthermore, the pass rate in most of the courses is 100 percent, with an average of 97 percent.