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Centre of Excellence status for Trade Skills 4U

Published: 19 August 2013 - Joe Bush

The electrical courses offered by UK Trade Skills 4U from its Gatwick Training Centres have been awarded Centre of Excellence status by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

In order to make the grade Trade Skills 4U centres, teaching methods, course documentation and staff were subject to rigorous scrutiny by the IET. Tony Hicks (IET learning development manager) commented, “It is a pleasure to work with Trade Skills 4U. Their commitment to delivering a wide range of high quality electrical courses is very impressive. It is also clear that their commitment to quality provision extends across the whole range of electrical qualifications. This is hard to find amongst training providers and serves to differentiate them from the crowd, enabling them to offer the one stop shop for quality provision.”

The majority of City & Guilds electrical courses offered by Trade Skills 4U will be accredited by the IET and accepted into their Centre of Excellence. This will include a full range of inspection and testing courses from the City & Guilds 2392 right up to the more difficult City & Guilds 2395. It will also include the very popular City & Guilds 2382-12 17th Edition course, City & Guilds 2393 Part P course as well as a number of accredited Solar PV Courses.

Managing director Carl Bennett (pictured) said, “Again our hard work has paid off. We always strive to be the best at what we do, so to be the first electrical training company to be recognised in this way is a great reward for the way in which we work here at Trade Skills 4U. Our reputation is key to our success and is something we continually strive to build on.”

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