More than 300 learners are set to benefit from a fruitful new partnership between EAL and electrical engineering training specialists WA Electrical Engineer Training.
WA Electrical Engineer Training has switched all its provision to EAL, the specialist awarding organisation for industry, and helped devise new dynamic qualifications to ensure learners have the most up-to-date skills to take into the workplace.
WA Electrical Engineer Training’s Managing Director, David Wyre, made the move having developed a strong working relationship with EAL based on mutual trust, understanding and a determination to help boost skills and improve standards across the electrical industry.
“The EAL qualifications match the electrical industry requirements closer than other awarding bodies qualifications,” said Mr Wyre, an electrical engineer and respected consultant in the industry for over 44 years.
“Everyone I have dealt with at EAL has a great commitment to driving the quality in the electrical industry forward. I firmly believe this switch will promote an even stronger relationship with EAL and the NICEIC (the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry) which is good for our centre and the wider industry.”
EAL managing director Al Parkes said: “We are delighted to have such a highly-respected trainer as David working with us to ensure EAL qualifications remain the most relevant to industry and delivering a training experience to equip learners with the best possible knowledge and skills they need to do the job.
“WA Electrical Engineer Training’s switch to EAL is a significant vote of confidence in what we are able to deliver in terms of skills solutions and qualifications that are fine-tuned for our sectors, working in partnership with employers and training organisations, utilising all expertise available to be best in class.”
The qualifications WA Electrical Engineer Training will now deliver include:
EAL Level 3 in Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations
These industry recognised qualifications provide learners with an understanding of the theory and practice involved with initial verification, and periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting, of both single and three-phase electrical installations. The awards follow BS 7671, IET Guidance Note 3, and Electrical Safety First’s Best Practice Guides.
EAL Level 4 Award in the Design and Verification of Electrical Installation
This industry-recognised qualification provides learners with an understanding of the concepts, processes and practices involved with the design, construction management and initial verification of electrical installations. The emphasis is on the safe and ergonomic design of an installation that complies with relevant statutes, regulations, industry standards, and sound engineering practices.
EAL Level 3 Award in Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671
This industry-recognised knowledge qualification covers the full content of the IET Wiring Regulations and is particularly relevant for those working in the Electrotechnical sector, such as electrical contractors, designers and inspectors looking to develop or enhance their knowledge of the requirements for Electrical Installations.
EAL Level 2 Award in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification
This qualification is for learners who wish to obtain fundamental knowledge and practical skills involved with the inspection and testing of simple single-phase electrical installations in accordance with statutory and non-statutory requirements. Feature the latest learning outcomes and assessment criteria available, keeping learners’ skills up to date with best practice.
EAL Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment
Commonly referred to as PAT Testing, it provides learners with an understanding of the theory and practice involved with in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment. This qualification is for those who wish to carry out formal visual inspections, and inspections and tests of electrical equipment or electricians who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills.
EAL Level 3 Diploma in Electrotechnical Services Experienced Worker Assessment Route
This industry-recognised route is designed solely for individuals who have been working in the electrotechnical industry as practising electricians for a minimum of 5 years and who can demonstrate their technical knowledge, performance and competence to the industry standards at Level 3 and in line with BS 7671. Learners who successfully complete this route will be able to apply for an Installation Electrician ECS Card from the JIB.snts.Feature the latest learning outcomes and assessment criteria available, keeping learners’ skills up to date with best practice.
“Our relationship with EAL is very important,” said David. “Their experts are easy to work with and if we have a query it is usually resolved within 24 hours. We also provide feedback on qualifications that they take on board. EAL is very customer and learner-focused and concentrates on the important things to turn out the best qualified electrical engineers.”
For more information, please contact [email protected] or call 01923 652400.
To find out more about WA Electrical Engineer Training visit electricalengineertraining.co.uk