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Cheap 17th edition course? That doesn’t mean it’s the best

 Aug, 11 - 2014   no comments   Electrical

Do you have some experience working with electrical installations? Do you want a course that offers the best possible training and experience in the comfortable surroundings of a state of the art training centre?

If you go for a cheap 17th Edition course you’ll probably get none of the above and find yourself fast tracked with a sub-standard qualification that leads to an injury or worse.

It’s true it’s often a big cost to get the qualifications you want but if you want to keep working and improve your skills it’s necessary. Choosing a cheap training centre with a quick turnaround might seem like an attractive prospect but surely it’s more important to choose true value for money and quality over speed and cheapness?

Our 17th Edition course requires you to have some experience of electrical installations, although there are no previous qualifications required. The course cost includes training, assessment, registration with City & Guilds and the examination costs. You also get the full use of one of our centres (Northolt, Basildon or Luton) with a free lunch and plenty of tea chucked in for good measure. Our trainers are here for you, they are experienced tradesmen with proven track records – So while we can’t guarantee you a pass (You need to do your bit) we can guarantee that they will provide you with everything you need to get that certificate.

So next time you see a cheap 17th edition course advertised, ask yourself this; am I really getting value for money? Do these people really know what they are doing?

Looking for a quality 17th edition course? Look no further

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