Course Structure Changes

Changes to Course Structure

What course structure changes have been made?

Recently, we have had to make some adjustments to the structure of our courses to ensure flexibility throughout. As we value our students and understand that not everyone is able to attend certain days of the week due to work etc., we have made the following adjustments to our course structure.

Henceforth Learn Trade Skills will have 3 Part-Time studying options which you can choose from depending on suitability.

There will be 2 Days a week / 1 Day a week / 2 Evenings a week options. Each option changing the duration of each course. Day options will be between 08:30 – 16:30 whereas Evenings will be 18:00 – 21:00.

The Intermediate Electrician Package will be completely taught Part-Time and will last around 10-18 weeks depending on whichever studying method is picked. The Professional Electrician Package will incorporate the Intermediate Electrician Package but goes on 2 extra weeks Full Time to finish off the Combined Inspection & Testing certificate (2391 Equivalent). Within both packages are qualifications that will allow you to sign up to a Competent Persons Scheme as a Domestic Installer, such as NICEIC, NAPIT, Elecsa etc

Here is a chart explaining the differences:


, Course Structure Changes

The flexibility of our weekly course dates has been changed in the hopes of meeting the demands of all of our students and avoiding any problems in their weekly schedules and routines.

To find out more about the different types of courses that we offer please click here 


We will also be hosting a FREE Taster Day on Halloween!!! (October 31st)

You are more than welcome to come along and have a glance at the courses that we offer.

The sessions will help you to gain a better understanding on the theory, practical training and exams held within our courses.

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS will also be available on the day of the Taster Session!

To register for the event please click the link https://learntradeskills.co.uk/taster/



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