402, 2022

Lisa Student Journey Part 4

Wow, I'm nearing the end of my Level 2 course and I'm truly enjoying it; time flies when you're having fun! This month we had our assessment on boards, which consisted of wiring up different boards with a two-way lighting circuit, ring main and earth bonding. It was a relief to know that I passed, each time I pass it gives me that extra bit of confidence in my decision to joining the electrical trade. [...]

3011, 2021

Lisa Student Journey Month 3

I'm fully settled now that I’ve been at the academy for a few months. I feel like I've created a routine and I am beginning to get into the swing of things. We have a practical exam coming up this month, so the nerves are starting to kick in, along with some excitement.  We have been having much more hands-on experience to help get us prepped and ready for this, so I am feeling quietly [...]

2610, 2021

Lisa Student Journey Month 2

‘Just like that we’re in the second month. Did someone say theory? Yes theory, theory, and more theory of the principles of electrical science to be exact. A daunting thought you may have like me ‘How am I supposed to remember all of this information?’ well the tutors have been great; class revision has been key to me retaining it all. So long as you keep on top of reading all relevant information you should [...]

1309, 2021

Student Journey – C&G 2365 L2

When approached by Anya & the team at The Electrical Academy to see if I wanted to take part in writing a blog about my journey whilst studying at the Academy I was curious to know why. Anya’s answer was simple, this could be a great insight for future potential students to hear what it is like to train with us, what the courses are like, what the academy is like and not from the [...]

2408, 2021

Important Update: Major Changes to DEI and CPS this September

What is changing? With effect from 1st September 2021, 18th Edition and Domestic Electrical Installer qualifications will no longer be accepted as proof of competence. In order to be able to self-certificate electrical work undertaken in domestic dwellings, individuals need to register with a scheme provider (NICEIC or NAPIT) as a ‘Competent Person’. The document that sets out the criteria for individuals and businesses Competent Person Scheme (CPS) registration is the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification (EAS) and was updates in [...]

308, 2020

Metrel Tester

A big thank you to Metrel UK Ltd who made our week with a delivery of their MI 3152 Multifunctional Measuring Instrument & the EVSE A1532 adapter. A Sure fire way to put smiles on the faces of our team at all of the team at The Electrical Academy. You can find this and their other amazing products here  and also see the courses that we can offer you in the installation of electric vehicle [...]


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