A few weeks ago we sent a survey to some of our customers regarding electrical skills and Logic4training’s New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer (NEDEI) course.
We had a great response – nearly 300 of you took part, answering questions about your day-to-day work and future training needs.
Many of you told us that domestic electrical tasks were becoming a more common part of your work. You felt that learning these skills would make you more competitive, allowing you to offer a multi-skilled and cost efficient service to customers and helping you to win more work.
But when it comes to training, time is a big issue. For most of you, taking a block of 4 weeks off work to undertake a course either does not appeal, or is simply not an option.
You spoke, we listened
We’re pleased to tell you that as a result of the survey, we have made our electrical training more flexible.
Our New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer (NEDEI) is completed over 22 days, which can either be undertaken in one, four-week block, or split into four separate modules.
Our split module option allows you to spread the course over a timeframe that suits your situation, and you can take as long as you like to complete your training.
Module 1 – 10 days, Northolt Centre.
Modules 2, 3 and 4 – can be taken at Northolt, Basildon or Luton at the same time as any of the regular scheduled courses.
Training takes place between 8.30am and 4.00pm each day with refreshments and lunch provided.
The training costs (interest free finance options available) cover all the tools, equipment, materials and manuals you will need to complete your training.
Come and see for free!
Not sure if it would benefit you?
We offer free open days at our Northolt training centre. You can meet our industry experienced trainers, have a tour of the training centre and find out all you need to know about the course.
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