We have been notified by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) that the documentation that supports SCQF 5 Communication Core Skills has been amended.
To complement our hugely popular Level 3 Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installation qualification (600/4337/4), we've just added a complementary Level 2 qualification to our electrotechnical product portfolio.
The NEW EAL Level 2 Award in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification 603/0144/2, has been developed in response to requests from our centres.
Semta Chief Executive Ann Watson was recently invited to present awards and certificates at EAL centre Derwent Training Association’s annual awards and graduation ceremony for apprentices.
You may have experienced some issues last week when accessing online services.
We are very sorry about this and are pleased to confirm that the issue has now been fixed.
If you do however experience any further problems, please contact our customer service team on 01923 652400 or email them at email@example.com
If you’re recruiting new electrical apprentices this term, make sure they’re got the best start in the industry by registering them with the Joint Industry Board (JIB).
EAL is supporting JIB to re-launch their registration package. This includes improved support and benefits for apprentices, including Electrotechnicl Certification Scheme (ECS) cards at every stage of their training.
In response to feedback from our centres who have found previous copies of our Chief Examiners reports on functional skills useful, as a way of sharing good practice and quality improvement guidance, we have just published the latest reports.