Able Skills to Lead the way in Electrical TrainingBy Able Skills, PRNE
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
LONDON, October 13, 2011 -
Able Skills has announced a number of courses and evening classes available for those wishing to study electrical training including the new City and Guilds 2357 qualification.
The City and Guilds 2357 electrical qualification is set to be the only route into the electrical industry now that the C&G 2330 has reached the end of its registration period. This new qualification is designed to suit those who are new to the electrical industry as well as those who are existing practitioners, similar to the expired technical certificates (C&G 2330) and NVQs (C&G 2356).
Able Skills are one of the few training providers that offer evening classes in the City and Guilds 2357 qualification, allowing flexible hours for those studying and further displaying the company’s commitment to trades training.
As well as the new qualification, Able Skills are also offering courses in solar electrical training and courses for those wishing to become domestic installers and electricians, with the latter courses available to be studied at weekends for those who can’t study during the week.
Gary Measures, Able Skills director, said: “Able Skills are committed to providing the latest electrical courses at our dedicated training centres. We provide every accredited electrical qualification and our highly qualified and experienced instructors are among some of the best in the country.”
The new City and Guilds 2357 electrical qualification joins many other courses that are part of Able Skills training portfolio including electrical training, tiling training and plastering training.
About Able Skills:
Able Skills was launched in 2002 and is now firmly established as one of the leaders in the delivery of Construction Training and is currently in the position of being able to offer qualifications in every subject it covers, right up to NVQ level 3. Programmes include plumbing training, painting and decorating courses, carpentry courses and bricklaying courses among many others.
Able Skills can provide training for anyone looking to learn a construction trade whether they are looking at guidance for DIY purposes or considering a change of career.
Quality and value for money are priority for every member of Able Skills team; it promotes honesty and offers progression and support in everything it does.
Able Skills is confident in the delivery of its training and encourages everyone to pay it a visit to see firsthand what it does; no appointments are necessary, no sales team and no pressure - Able Skills feels sure that once potential applicants have visited Able Skills, it will be where they choose to train.
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