Trainee Electrician - Become an Electrician

Leeds, West Yorkshire
25 Aug 2017
14 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Trainee Electrician - Become an Electrician

Why become an Electrician?

One of the biggest factors in becoming a qualified electrician is the average salary of £29,000 that can increase to £60,000+ with experience.

Constant Need: Our country is highly dependent upon electricity, so there is a constant need for qualified and skilled electricians.

Exciting & Active Career: Rather than being stuck behind a desk all day, electricians get to work in different environments and work with their hands and actively solve problems. There is rarely a dull moment in an electrician’s career. From football stadiums to concert halls to cinemas to new housing – all require electricians to maintain their buildings and you could be part of it.

If you wish to change the direction of your career and retrain or if you are starting your career path - then qualifying to become an electrician with our training providers could lead you to a great salary and job satisfaction.

Why Choose our client?

They are one of the largest training portals for the Building and Construction Industry having helped to train over 125,000 people

Our clients certified training providers help you to gain nationally recognised qualifications such as City & Guilds, NVQ and ACS, to help you to become a plumber, electrician, gas engineer, welder or renewable energy engineer.

Train in state-of-the-art training centres, all the tutors are experienced, professional and friendly

They offer easy payment options to help you spread the cost of the course and to start your course straight away from as little as £20 per week

Must be 19 or over

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