EAL has reluctantly taken the decision to withdraw the following qualification. We will however, continue to support the qualification up to the final date for certification.
EAL has some of the UK industry's most talented learners, apprentices and technicians who were crowned Skills Show 2016 champions after three days of intense competition.
An impressive 31 EAL learners, almost half of those to make the national final, won a medal in their skills with 13 golds, 8 silvers and 10 bronze
A record number of EAL learners – 65 in engineering and three in SkillsElectric - were among more than 500 talented young people who took part in competitions covering 61 different skills over three days at Birmingham's NEC in front of thousands of visitors.
Girl power leads the charge
UK industry's most talented learners, apprentices and technicians were crowned Skills Show 2016 champions after three days of intense competition – with six of the seven girls competing in Semta's engineering competition making it on to the podium.
Katie Goodwill, Rolls-Royce plc and Christine McDowell Belfast Metropolitan College struck gold, Eva Blessing Onyelou, Middlesex University and Hannah Frost UTC Sheffield took silver while Nicole Catney of Belfast Metropolitan College and Kendal Irvine of JCB Transmissions were awarded Bronze in Semta's engineering competitions, which saw 116 regional heat winners battle it out for medals.
The EAL Level 3 Electrotechnical Qualification 601/7345/2 has had some cosmetic improvements to the delivery and centre assessment materials.
We're delighted to launch new and improved delivery and assessment materials for our EAL Level 2 and 3 plumbing qualifications.
The changes make the qualifications much more streamlined to deliver and assess, cutting tutor’s resource development and marking time, as well as reducing paperwork and costs.