Are you an experienced electrician looking to broaden your skill set? Or an engineer looking to develop competency in electrical-related tasks?

With electrical training courses from Logic4training, your career is in safe hands.

Logic4training’s electric training courses enable experienced electricians to unlock a host of new career opportunities.

If you are a technical or mechanical engineer and wish to achieve multi-skilled status within your current role, the ten-day Mechanical to Electrical Conversion Course will help enrich your skillset.

Experienced engineers and candidates looking to develop a comprehensive knowledge of the British Standard BS7671:2018 18th Edition Wiring Regulations can do so with the City & Guilds 2382 Training Course.

Operatives wanting to carry out domestic electrical work can learn to do this with the Domestic Electrical Installer Part P Training Course.

You are guaranteed to find a perfect course to match your career ambitions with Logic4training’s extensive range of electric training and assessment.

Electrical training courses from Logic4training ensure you are receiving the very best industry training delivered by industry leaders at premium centres across the UK.

If you are looking for more information about electrician careers, read our ultimate guide.

Contact Logic4training now to discuss electrical training that will enrich your career.

Logic4training runs several City & Guilds and LCL Awards 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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Logic4training’s Achievement Measurement 2 (AM2) assessment is the electrotechnical industry standard assessment for electrical competence, forming an essential part of the Electrical Advanced Apprenticeship.

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