Q : Where are the Training Centres based?
There are state of the art training centres nationally which you will attend to complete your practical training – the selected training provider will endeavour to find one located near to where you live.
Q: Are the courses approved?
All courses lead to qualifications by industry recognised bodies such as: City & Guilds, BPEC, ACS Gas Safe, EAL and by employers across the UK so, successful completion of a course leads to industry recognised qualifications.
Q: When do the courses start?
There is a constant enrolment process - new courses are starting all the time and you may enrol at a time to suit you.
Q: I work nights, can I study part-time?
Courses can be studied either; Full or Part-Time (Evenings / Weekends), to suit your personal circumstances.
Q: Who will train me?
Qualified & Experienced Course Tutors.
Q: How long will it take to qualify?
Length of course depends on an individual’s ability & the time dedicated to study.
Q: Do I study online or at a training centre?
These are blended learning training courses incorporating home study, PC based multimedia e-learning and in-centre practical training as appropriate to the course.
Q: If I fail an exam?
Exam modules can be re-taken.
Q: What qualifications do I need to start studying the different Trades courses?
An experienced Course Advisor will initially assess each individual’s ability and recommend which course is best suited.
Q: What are the differences between Domestic & Professional courses?
Typically ‘domestic’ courses are level 2 equivalents and the professional equates to level 3. Either level of qualification will enable you to work competently as a qualified trade person within your chosen trade. A trades training specialist will help you select the course which best suits your needs and aspirations..