SOS - Are missing credentials hampering your chances of employment?
by Chris Walker on 02 April 2012
Are you missing anything? Are you fully qualified? Are you employed and unqualified? Are you in need of credentials? Are you presently out of work and unqualified? Do you employ an unqualified electrician or an electrical worker?
Quite a few electrical workers continue to work in the local industry with invalid or no electrical qualification. We believe that there are competent NI electrical workers who need help and support to achieve up to date electrical qualifications. Often these workers are unsure about what to do and reluctant to take the first step towards becoming qualified.
ETT knows exactly how to help employed and unemployed electrical workers who want to become electrically qualified.
Accreditation of Prior Learning: This is a means of identifying personal work based skills and knowledge, and converting into an accredited qualification.
Arrange a FREE OF CHARGE assessment with an ETT assessor. A discrete, private and confidential assessment will help you evaluate the options. We can make an initial assessment over the phone, explain the entry criterion, and then follow up with a one to one meeting.
Join a support class. This doesn’t usually involve technical studies, science or maths. The classes will be held every few months to steer you towards a successful assessment. The route towards obtaining the electrical qualification will be achieved by gathering work place evidence. We will help you develop and work through a personal action plan and provide you with one to one support throughout the process.
Unqualified electrical workers including those with invalid qualifications will be required to obtain a 17th Edition qualification. ETT will arrange special classes and provide resources to help you achieve this. Our clients success rate in the 17th Edition Qualification at first attempt is excellent.
We will make appointments to come and see you in the work place. This will allow us to assess your skill and knowledge of electrical installation practice.
Our assessors will deem you competent and you will be awarded an NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Installation. This will allow you to officially and proudly describe yourself as being a qualified electrician.
Take a moment and imagine being fully qualified, no quibbles or doubts, fear or worries about your credentials.
Call Chris on 07779242889 to discuss your options.