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Electrician Courses

Logic4training runs several City & Guilds and Logic Certification courses for electricians.

Our electrician courses are for more experienced operatives who hold qualifications like an NVQ level 3.

Practicing electricians will find Testing and Inspection Courses (2395), Pat Testing Courses or the Advance Assessment of Competence (AAC) courses here.

We also offer courses for engineers with domestic qualifications looking to expand their skill set.

We have been delivering various types of training for electricians at all three of our centres for over 10 years now, with a great reputation in the industry from our customers and from competent person schemes like NAPIT and NICEIC.

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You can find more information on how to become an electrician on our blog.

Logic4training runs the Logic Certification equivalent to the City & Guilds 2395 QCF Level 3 Award in Periodic Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations. This Inspection and Testing training course is for experienced electricians who are responsible for periodic inspection and certification of electrical installations.

Our Mechanical to Electrical Conversion Course is aimed at technicians and mechanical engineers looking to achieve a multi-skilled status and become competent in undertaking specific electrical tasks related to their work within the mechanical plant and equipment environment, such as safe isolation, 3 phase motors and inverters. Duration: One week (5 days) per module

Logic4training’s Electrical Safety Awareness and Management training course provides an overview of electrical safety necessary for those managers, duty holders and supervisors who have a responsibility to meet the Health and Safety Executives (HSE) Electricity at Work Regulations (HSR25).

This course is for operatives who may need to isolate electrical services before commencing work on either the electrical installation or connected appliances. The course covers the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations (HSR25).