The Qualifications and Credits Framework (QCF) is the new way vocational training is being structured, providing a more flexible route to achievement. Logic Certification has now launched a range of QCF courses, covering the building services engineering sector, with more planned over the coming months:
Dates for Approved Centre Electrical CPD Technical Events Announced
Logic Certification is pleased to announce that JIB & ECS in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have formally recognised a range of Logic Certification electrical qualifications. As a result we are running Electrical CPSD events in early July.
The Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DGLC) Housing Standards Review: technical consultation has caused controversy within the industry following its failure to introduce mandatory electrical safety checks to properties within the private rented sector.
Are you an electrician and looking to add to your skill set? Are you a building services engineer who needs electrical knowledge? Could you make it as a smart meter installer? Logic Certification has added a number of new electrical qualifications to its portfolio giving learners more choice and flexible, learning routes.
Well it’s good news if you’re in the electrical trade! A new survey from the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has revealed that 79 per cent of contractors saw their turnover increase or remain steady in the third quarter of 2015.
On 1 January 2016, Regulation 421.1.201 (PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE CAUSED BY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) came into full effect in England.
The new regulation is one of a number of changes following the implementation of the Third Amendment to BS 7671: 2008, The IET Wiring Regulations.
UK Power Networks is increasing its public service message by running a 'Think before you drill' initiative to raise awareness of the dangers of electricity, and importance of trades people locating cables before starting work.