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Technique Training is an independent technical training and consultancy company, which specialises in Control, Electrical, Mechanical and Data Communications training.

These comprehensive courses are aimed at non-electrical and electrical personal wishing to up skill or re-train. The aim of the courses is to provide a level of competence, which will allow work to be safely and efficiently carried out on Electrical Equipment and Systems all within a 4 or 6 week period.

Can be trained and qualified for:
- BS 7671:2001 16th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations - City & Guilds 2381
- Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations - City & Guilds 2391-01
- Certificate of Competent Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance - City & Guilds 2377-01
- Certificate in Handling Refrigerants - City & Guilds 2078

For more information and more courses available please visit >>> Technique Training - Homepage <<<

Technique training is based in Barlborough Links, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S43 4UL
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Hi Scotty.

Do you sell for the above mentioned Technique Training or are you recommending them as a good course provider?

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Hi Joe. I have attended the course back in april. The course content I beileve in my opinion is good, although it does seem to be on the expensive side. If you can afford it, don't persume you will get a job straight away in the electrical industry. After the hard studying you'll do at technique training, you'll have to keep the hard work up and being i nthe right frame of mind to finding an employer. This isn't a get rich fast course, and personally I don't believe in being able to go self employed after doing the course if you have no previous experience.

Although technique training is a good source, to getting your certificates if your already in the sparky industry. Friendly and experienced teachers.

Hope this helps

Regards Luke


I'm now considering doing these courses at Technique Training:

Technique Training - Course

This will get me into domestic work and work as an electricians mate? My purpose after earning my ticket is to gain experience as an underling/mate/trainee whatever and want to know if this will get me on the right track.

Cheers guys.

Alternatively for an extra grand I can go on this one for 30 days:

Technique Training - Course
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hi bane,

i have just booked on the tec20 course starting 18th feb i have no previous knowledge except diy wiring etc but i have freinds who should be able to give me the practical after the course like you want to be a mate etc.

just do it mate might see you there.



So who finished the course TEC20 or TEC30 and is working as
a sparky? Did you need something else?

SirKit Breaker

I did my 16th edition course there many years ago. They were very good. I cant remember them being expensive though.

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