|Up to 1985
||Various O Levels & CSE's:
||Certificate of General Engineering:
(Covering: Electronics, Electrics, Computing, CNC Programming, Sheet
Metal, Welding, Fitting, Drawing Office, Milling and Turning). Issued
by The LETG (Leicester Engineering Training Group in association
with the Youth Training Scheme). One Year Full Time Course.
(Subjects passed with Merits and Passes)
||Technician Apprenticeship: (4
||RSA CLAIT Level 1:
Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Databases, Desk Top Publishing, Computer
Art, Graphs and Charts)
||City & Guilds Programming in
Pascal - Level 1:
||City & Guilds Programming in C/C++
||Emfec Multimedia Studies:
(Computers, IT, Internet & Peripherals)
||Quality Accredited to satisfy
BS EN ISO 9002: 1994:
Part of Quality Test & Inspection Team at JJS
Electronics (1995 - 1996)
||City & Guilds 2360 Electrical
Installation Part 1: (All Distinction passes)
completed the first part of the recognised electrician qualification.
||NET Electrical Practical
Skills Test - AM1:
Under took and
passed an assessment of his electrician practical skills
||City & Guilds 2380 16th Edition
Studied and completed the industry
recognised electrical wiring regulations course. The average electrician
does not hold this Level 3 qualification.
||City & Guilds 2391-01 Electrical Test &
Studied and completed the
industry recognised Test & Inspection course. The average electrician
does not hold this Level 3 qualification.
||City & Guilds 2360 Electrical Installation Part 2:(All Distinction
Studied and completed the second part of the recognised electrician qualification.
||NVQ - Electrical
Installation Engineering & Installing Electrical Systems & Equipment -
Studied and completed an NVQ portfolio as an
additional qualification to the City & Guilds 2360. A lot of older
electricians do not hold this qualification
||Best Part-Time Electrical
Student Award 2001 - Loughborough College, Leicestershire:
||NOCN (National Open College Network) - IT & PC Skills: - Level 2: (Intermediate):
HTML Web Pages
||NOCN (National Open College
Network) - IT & PC Skills: - Level 3: (Advanced):
World Wide Web Authoring
Updating qualifications/ Knowledge to
Latest Electrical Regulations including the new Part "P" Building Regulations
that effect everybody.
|| NICEIC Domestic Installer:
Applied & became registered with the NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme after
passing their on-site assessments. Found fully competent to carry out
Part P notifiable work and became fully registered.
||City & Guilds 2391-01 Electrical Test
Once again studied and passed the City & Guilds 2391-01 Level 3 Electrical Test
& Inspection course to make sure we're still fully up to date
and keep us on our toes! The average electrician does not hold this
Level 3 qualification.
|| NICEIC Approved Contractor:
Upgraded to the NICEIC Approved
Contractors Scheme after passing their strict assessments.
This scheme also has UKAS EN 45011 accredited certification. This status
is much higher than a basic Domestic Installer and also covers
commercial & industrial electrics and Periodic Inspection Reporting. These assessments included site visits to make sure PQE are working
and operating to the highest of standards & fully to British Standards.
for more details once you've finished looking here.
Became a member of the Government endorsed "TRUSTMARK" Scheme.
TrustMark is an award-winning scheme supported by the Government,
consumer groups and building industry to help the
general public find reputable firms to do repair, maintenance and improvement work inside and
outside their homes. If a firm displays the TrustMark logo
you know that a trade association has approved and has checked the firm and found that it meets
the high standards the Government has set.
www.trustmark.org.uk for more
details once you've finished looking here.
||EAL - 17th Edition Wiring Regulations - VRQ level 3 - Diploma In Requirements For
Electrical Installations BS7671 January 2008: Full course (500/3484/4).
Back to college to study
and pass the new completely
overhauled wiring regulations that came into force in July 2008.
||City & Guilds 2391-02 Design, Erection and
Verification of Electrical Installations - Level 3. (Formerly C&G
Studied a rare course going one step further on from the C&G2391 test and
inspection course and 17th edition wiring regulations course (Both
needed to be passed to enrol on this course). A more in-depth and
technical look into
the regulations and designing of electrical installations. (Well beyond
standard domestic circuits). A 5 month course
which included a 3 hour written exam and a large domestic & commercial project to
design at home (which took 50+ hours to complete). The project was
passed with Distinction.
?? - a rest I hope!