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Topic Title: Electrical training advice needed
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Created On: 27 March 2011 11:44 PM
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 27 March 2011 11:44 PM
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Looking for some advice on electrical training
i currently work in the controls industry and i'm looking to inprove my(lack of) electrical skills. Ideally i'm looking for something that will give me a decent amount of hands on pratical training, i dont need to be trained up to 17th edition level, i only need to be "competent".
Dont mind if the course is part time in the evnings or if it full time over a few days to a week. I live in Scotland and would perfer a course within a 50 mile range of Glasgow, however i wouldnt rule out travelling for the right course.
any help will be apprecaited.
 28 March 2011 09:17 AM
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Hi TripleC, I know of a company called IDC online and apparently they do really good training courses, you can find a list of their electrical courses here and hopefully you will find something that will fulfill your training needs. All the best.
 18 April 2012 09:54 PM
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Hey TripleC,

A little late on the reply but...

I work for American Trainco and we provide lots of different training courses including electrical related ones. The electrical training info can be found here:

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Here are other courses if it helps:
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Not sure why my links aren't working. Maybe someone can help out? Regardless, hope it helps!


Edited: 18 April 2012 at 11:16 PM by TimH

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