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18th Edition is Here

Courses Available to Book Now BS7671:2018 Requirements for Electrical Installations will be published on 2 July 2018, and intended to come into effect from 1 January 2019. Installations designed and installed after this date will have to comply with the 18th Edition regulations. Birmingham Electrical Training can offer a number of training options for candidates

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Birmingham Electrical Training Receives Stamp of Approval from Ofsted

Birmingham Electrical Training (BET) is pleased to announce, following a Short Notice Ofsted Inspection on 2-3 May 2018, that once again we have been rated as “Good” by Ofsted for our Apprenticeship Training Provision. Inspectors from Ofsted spent two days reviewing teaching, assessment and support provided by BET for our Electrical Apprentices. This involved observing

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Merry Christmas from all at BET

All of the staff at Birmingham Electrical Training would like to wish our customers , apprentices and employers a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and thank them for their continued support through 2017. Our offices will close at 4pm on Friday 22nd December and reopen on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

First JIB Preferred Training Providers announced

Birmingham Electrical Training (BET), DCET Training (part of the Focus Training Group) and JTL are the first organisations to be accredited under the new JIB ‘Preferred Training Provider’ scheme, which endorses providers who achieve the highest standards of training across the electrotechnical industry. BET and DCET, based in the West Midlands and the South West respectively, are the

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A New Academic Year Welcomes a New Tutor Team!

(From Left: Martin Corfield, Sarb Matharu, Brendan Dougherty, Richard Harvey and Dave Powell) Summer has been a very exciting period for Birmingham Electrical Training as we have been developing our learning facility, introducing new courses and expanding our training team. Over the past few years BET has continued to grow; more apprentices are enrolled to

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BET Change of Email Address

From 30 April Birmingham Electrical Training will be changing our email address. From this date our old email @bet.gb.com will cease to work and all emails should be sent to @betltd.co.uk Please use the new email domain for any future correspondence. If you have any issues please contact one of the office staff on 0121

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BET hosts Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector of Ofsted

Sir Michael Wilshaw (Chief Inspector of Ofsted) visited Birmingham Electrical Training on 21 October. BET had been approached by Ofsted as a representative of a “Good” provider to host a visit to coincide with the launch of Ofsted’s report into Apprenticeships: developing skills for future prosperity. Following BETs successful inspection in June 2015 Ofsted recognizes

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Changes to 17th Edition Regulations – January 2014

The 3rd Amendment to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS7671:2008) is due to be published on 5 January 2015 and all electrical work will need to comply with the new amendment after 1 July 2015. There is no requirement to update your qualifications following the amendment but doing so will demonstrate that you are up

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Completion of City & Guilds 2357 Apprentice for BET!

Congratulations to Harry Rice, our first apprentice to complete the New City & Guilds 2357 Electrotechnical Diploma, which was introduced in 2011. We would like to thank Harry for his hard work and effort over the past 3.5 years. John Sims MD of Birmingham Electrical training said “Harry has been a pleasure to teach and

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2356-99 NVQ for Experience Workers looking for JIB Gold Card

Are you a mature electrician who needs to apply for a JIB Gold Card but didn’t complete your electrical NVQ? Birmingham Electrical Training is a registered centre to deliver the NEW C&G 2356-99 for Experienced Workers.  This NVQ will enable you to obtain your JIB Gold Card upon successful completion of the qualification. This qualification

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Apprentices

We manage apprenticeships for a range of electrical contractors and provide on-site assessment and “off the job” training.

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Employers

If you are interested in taking on an electrical apprentice, we have a wide range of options available.

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Courses

Birmingham Electrical Training offer a wide range of electrical courses for all your training needs.

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