Three new Logic Certification electrical qualifications have been recognised by the JIB as a route to obtaining an ECS card. All are Regulated Level 3 Awards, covering 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations and Periodic Inspection and Testing.
Logic Certification is pleased to announce that JIB & ECS in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have formally recognised a range of Logic Certification electrical qualifications. As a result we are running Electrical CPSD events in early July.
Dates for Approved Centre Electrical CPD Technical Events Announced
Commercial gas heating operatives can benefit from a newly updated version of our Commercial Gas Training manual, which now includes illustrations and diagrams designed for user-clarity.
The requirements for joining a Part P Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) were due to change on the 6th April, with Qualifying Supervisors needing the new QCF qualification: Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installation Work in Dwellings, or similar.
The Solar Trade Association is campaigning for the launch of a meaningful Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), one which will encourage end-users to take advantage, while boosting business for renewable installers, particularly solar thermal ones.
This Friday (26th April) the Solar Trade Association needs you to #TweetforHeat
Stuart Elmes Chair of the STA Thermal Working Group has written an article on his
Logic Certification has launched two new qualifications designed to promote gas safety within the social housing sector:
Logic Certification has expanded its provision of Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) courses for the electrical trade by adding four new qualifications to its growing portfolio. All Level 3 Awards, the new courses cover the traditional electrician's role; from installation through to certification; plus solar photovoltaic system installation and maintenance.
The Qualifications and Credits Framework (QCF) is the new way vocational training is being structured, providing a more flexible route to achievement. Logic Certification has now launched a range of QCF courses, covering the building services engineering sector, with more planned over the coming months:
Solar Power UK is hosting a series of events this February designed to help solar businesses get ahead in 2013. Taking place throughout the UK, the half day seminars will cover hot topics such as the new MCS guide, Green Deal and updates from DECC.