by Aaron McDonald on 25 February 2013
Stuart Walker has become quite the international traveller. Stuart a 4th year apprentice has seen his work taking him to England and Scotland, but also further afield including France and South Africa.
by Aaron McDonald on 06 February 2012
Your guide to what will happen after completing your AM2 and what to do if you need to re-sit a section or lose your certificate.
by Aaron McDonald on 10 October 2011
Good news, real electrical apprenticeship training for real jobs in Northern Ireland.
by Aaron McDonald on 05 September 2011
A spray that could effectively turn walls into radiators is being developed by a branch of a British University. The breakthrough could have wide implications for energy bills, installers and industry...
by Aaron McDonald on 08 August 2011
In many cultures the fox appears in folklore as a symbol of cunning and trickery. This characterisation of the fox might help describe the perceived qualities and reputation of the Electrical Estimator. However, an Electrical Estimator does not guess-timate; he counts, he measures, he makes crucial judgements which affect his livelihood and his prospects for survival...
by Aaron McDonald on 20 May 2011
ETT conduct annual First and Second year Apprentice Surveys, which provide us with feedback on the Programme and suggestions for improvements.
Each Apprentice received one entry into a Prize Draw to win a set of Stanley FatMax Screwdrivers - so who are the winners?
by Aaron McDonald on 02 May 2011
Essentially, the basic requirement of circuit protection is to protect cables and then the system and this hasn't changed. However, what has evolved is the demand for personnel and additional protection, with an increase in the use of integrated residual current protection and circuit breakers.
by Aaron McDonald on 20 April 2011
ETT course participants celebrate more success!
by Aaron McDonald on 07 April 2011
When RMS Titanic sailed away on her maiden voyage on April 10th, 1912, she was hailed as 'the new wonder of the world'.
April 15th 2011 marks the 99th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, so we bring you 99 pieces of trivia relating to the ship, her fateful maiden voyage and the mark she's left on history books...