The Biggest & Best Portal to the Professional Property, Workplace and Built Environment Community

Monday, 28 May

Trade Skills 4U Launch Electrical Courses in Yorkshire

Trade Skills 4U

Trade Skills 4U, the electrical training company opened a brand new facility in Yorkshire on the May 8.

The company already have four centres - two based just south of London Gatwick, one in Central London and one in Warrington between Liverpool and Manchester.

Opening a state-of-the-art centre in Yorkshire just east of Leeds and situated off the M1 and A1 means customers based in, Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, Scunthorpe, Harrogate and the surrounding areas can easily gain access.

Customers are now able book onto a range of courses being delivered at the centre including; City & Guilds Diploma’s, Domestic Installer Packages, Inspection and Testing plus many more.

Carl Bennett CEO of Trade Skills 4U said: “I am extremely excited for the new centre to open. We have conducted a lot of research in the area to ensure that this is perfect location to run our courses from. We can see from the people attending our centres in Gatwick and Warrington that there is customer demand from around the region, so it makes sense for us to expand to this location.”

Courses are now available to book online with the first ones starting on the 14th May 2018.

Picture: Trade Skills 4U include City & guilds solar installation in their training courses.

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

Share



Related Articles

Cooking-up Qualifications Using Digital recipe

A new online tool has been launched that will allow chefs to earn a globally recognised professional certification without even having to leave the kitchen. WorldChefs...

 Read Full Article
British Academy Lays Down Red Carpet To Compliance Training

UK businesses are to get a helping hand in all things compliance with a new learning academy. With it becoming increasingly difficult for UK businesses to keep up with...

 Read Full Article
The Great Training Robbery

Basic training being disguised as apprenticeships and a  decline in apprenticeships is the damning assessment of the first year of the apprenticeship levy by the...

 Read Full Article
School’s The Key To More Women Surveyors

Charlotte Williams has urged schools to do more to make young women aware of surveying as a career.   For International Women’s Day on March 8, graduate...

 Read Full Article
Diversity, Inclusivity - Engineering Issues

January 22 saw an inclusivity campaign launched at Manor Grove, in Handsworth, Birmingham, as a direct response to addressing the UK's engineering skills...

 Read Full Article
Driving Forward With Apprenticeship Ideas

Carillion is providing a career kick-start for engineering apprentices on its highways projects. Seven young people are setting off towards engineering careers after...

 Read Full Article
Apprenticeship Ambassadors Appointed

Week ending October 27, saw the Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills  Anne Milton announce a series of appointments to encourage people from all ages and...

 Read Full Article
Heading In The Wrong Direction?

There is a lack of knowledge of the many different entry points to a career in the built environment or the construction sectors such as work experience, internships and...

 Read Full Article
Won't Learn, Can't Learn at Learndirect

  Learndirect, the independent training provider, has been slammed after its latest Ofsted inspection. A report says Learndirect's overall effectiveness is...

 Read Full Article
Learn - All About Apprentices

Union Learning is a £1.4 billion success story that has delivered real opportunities for ordinary working people TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady told...

 Read Full Article