Wednesday, April 23, 2008

News: Starter Sparky course expands in Rotherham


The National Electrical Certification and Training Alliance (NECTA) has created a 10-week intensive programme for electricians using a £55,000 investment from the South Yorkshire Investment Fund (SYIF). NECTA has spent £120,000 to create two new training workshops at their Bradmarsh Business Park base in Rotherham with each capable of training eight students per course. Richard Roebuck, Group Financial Director at the Lowe Group, said: "With a major client like British Gas on board, NECTA has developed the new Domestic Electrician Course. We wanted to offer a more in-depth training programme which will provide not only the Part P certificate, but a number of City and Guilds recognised qualifications too, which will increase the competence of successful candidates to an acceptable level." NECTA, as part of the Lowe Group, is one of the country's leading electrical safety specialists, with a Group turnover of more than £15million. NECTA reviews and checks the electrical infrastructure of commercial buildings for insurance company AXA and their clients include BOC, Nestle and BMW.
NECTA website
SYIF website


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