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Cool And Funny T Shirts for Electricians

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 23rd July 2015

trendy male model


Maybe you want to make your customers smile? Maybe you want to buy a gift for a sparky mate? Whatever the reason we have put together a blog post of the coolest and funniest electrician’s t-shirts. Some of these are guaranteed to get those heads turning.

This could be your new uniform perhaps? Or a better way to advertise your skills when you are off duty!

Again we wouldn’t charge you for using one of these brilliant ideas. We hope you enjoy this post as much as we did putting it together. Check out some of these cool T-Shirts below:

1. Electricians are the true craftsman on-site.

electrician are craftsman Tshirt

2. Electrician’s are awesome! 

electricians are awesome

3. How many of you can relate to this one? 

misspelt t shirt good at maths

 

4. Simply the best! 

 

worlds best electrician t shirt

 

5. This is good one for domestic electricians!
 

keep calm im an electrciain tshirt

 

6. Who wants this for their wife? 
 

electrician wife t shirt

 

7. A great hoodie to stop your girlfriend stealing yours? 

 

keep calm and love an electrician

 

8. Who wants their partner to where this at 8 months?
 

the electrician did it

 

9. For all those sisters out there, Amen! 

 

finest women become electrical engineers tshirt

 

10. For those trendy electricians?

ee-lek-trish-uhn tshirt

 

11. The powerful T for a powerful electrician!

 

a powerful ohmmm

 

12. Just because!
 

i work with strippers tshirt

 

 

13. Electrician, fixing what your husband broke! 

 

electrician fixing what your husband broke

 

14. Who’d consider themselves as a genius? 

 

electrical genius


 
If you like any of these ideas there are loads of T-Shirt printing companies who can make the perfect T-Shirt for you, your company or your friends.

Win A Brother Label Printer Worth £45

Let us know which one was your favourite, or share your hilarious t-shirt on our Facebook page, or on twitter, we will share the funniest one we get sent. Whoever sends us the funniest one will win a Brother E100VP Label Printer worth £45. 

Please get your entries to us by Monday 1st September 2015 to be in for the chance of winning a brand new Brother printer.

 

 

 

 

Survey: Are You Ready for the Changes to BS7671 17th Edition Amendment 3?

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 22nd July 2015

 

Please take our 10 second survey on the changes to BS7671, are you ready for these all important changes, have you bought yourself a new copy of the book? We're really interested to hear from you. 

 

 

If you you have answered no to having a book, you buy one from us here at Trade Skills 4U, please call 01293 529 777, postage and packing charges will apply. And if you're unsure of the changes you can watch this helpful video/slideshow here. 

 

 

Domestic Installer Workshop (C&G 4141-01) Review

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 21st July 2015

Course: Domestic Installation Workshop

Duration: 5 days

Qualification: Electrical Installations Work within a Domestic Dwelling

So recently I attended the first week of our Bronze Domestic Installer course (C&G 4141-01) which is a practical training week. If you want to know more about the course then read on. Be aware this post is coming from someone who has never worked on a site, picked up a tool or even tinkered with the electrics at home. You know this should be an interesting read.

This was certainly going to be a challenging week for me or the tutor who decided to take me on, thankfully Doug immediately put me at ease. Being a 28 year old female this made me the second youngest in the class, the rest were in their forties or above, some had years of experience in a trade perhaps not electrics, but they’ve used tools before, as a chippie, a mechanic, working as a handyman, kitchen fitter, plumber, or an electrical apprentice, and lastly a property developer who wanted to save money. Then there is little old me who has never used a screwdriver, snippers (I mean wire cutters) and wire strippers, this was a whole new world to me, I might have put up a picture up, with a hammer and nail at most but that is it!

Therefore if I can make it through this course and pass, then anyone can, on my first day I cut my hand on those nasty “snippers”, I was covered in bruises which I still can’t explain. It’s the classic phrase of pen pusher turned tradesman and I couldn’t be prouder to make it out alive, let alone with a qualification in domestic installation. I will be tinkering at home with my electrics before you know it! Watch this space Trade Skills 4U, coming soon: “Superb Sparky - The Current Specialist”, with a 10 rating on Checkatrade. Perhaps not, but we can all dream can’t we.


The classroom for the 4141-01 is designed with practical teaching in mind. It is a dual purpose classroom with seating in the middle for looking at teaching slides and bays around the outside with consumer units from which you can then build your installations.

Myself and my classmates couldn’t quite believe what was achievable during the course, we learnt how to wire up two plug sockets, a spur, two light switches, a fan assisted switch, and a cooker switch all within just a few hours of class time.

On day one we wired up two plugs, and two lights. These were all connected in the consumer unit either to the Neutral bar, the earth bar or the live bar. You’ll learn quickly the different ways to test your wiring. Would you believe it, if I said that you’d be given a test sheet at the beginning of the day, and by the end of the day you would have filled this in correctly? The class had managed to wire up all of that into a consumer unit and make it work. Well I couldn’t. It was testament to the tutor and the teaching of course.

After the initial build we had to check our connections using a KewTech KT35 testing meter, you can download the test sheet here, filling in the form correctly is hugely important because it’s a legal document. As Doug explained this shows that when you left the property the electrics were working correctly.

Day two we tested our connections. I had some high readings on my circuits. This could’ve been for a number of reasons either the insulation around the conductor was touching the metal plate in the socket or the sockets themselves were damaged in some way. Once we’d figured out if the wiring needed adjusting. We were swiftly asked to wire up an intermittent switch on to the lighting circuit, this meant you could operate the same lights from various switches. You might see this in your hallway or landing.

Day three early on in the morning we were asked to wire up a cooker switch. This involved using three coil wire, this wire is very thick and hard to strip especially for a novice like me! Once we’d completed this, we filled out our test sheets, including all the final stages of testing to ensure the consumer unit can be powered up safely.

Day four we wired up a fan and fan assisted switch, these were attached to the lights meaning you could turn the fan on without the lights. As Doug explained these are normally used in bathrooms without windows or sufficient ventilation. During the build Doug’s attitude is, it doesn’t matter if you make mistakes, because you learn from them, and he preferred that they happened in the classroom rather than anywhere else.

Here’s a diagram of everything wired up week one, once this was completed it was time to take it down in preparation for assessment day.

diagram of what you need to wire up in week one

The final day of the domestic installer workshop, was assessment day, you have four hours to complete an installation, inspect and test your work. If you complete this correctly you’ll pass. The pressure was on. Upon entering the classroom on assessment day you can certainly feel the tension in the air. To be told you are  not allowed to talk about your work (was like being back at school) I had to consciously think about this at regular intervals throughout the day. Four hours is plenty of time. I decided to take my time during the assessment, because throughout the week, I had a couple of occasions where my wiring was too short and had to make last minute adjustments. I took my time measuring everything correctly to ensure each wire wasn’t too short to make a good connection.

All in all, the course was thoroughly enjoyable, from getting to know my fellow students and the reasons for taking the course, many of the students had decided to have a change of career after working in a different trade.

One thing that stood out was just how knowledgeable our tutor was.- He used real life examples during class and broke everything down into bite size chunks, making it fun whilst we were learning. It’s easy to fall behind when you’re not paying attention because it’s very fast paced. It’s an intensive course, similar to taking one years worth of driving lessons in just one week!

To find out course availability please visit the course page, many people book this as part of the Bronze domestic installer package, where you’ll also gain the following qualifications in; 2393 Part P building regulations, 2392-10 Inspection & Testing Course, and the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (including the latest amendments), this will enable you to become fully qualified domestic electrician in just 18days. 

4141-01 certificate

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew Codling - Case Study

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 17th July 2015

Today we caught up with Andy Codling after spending a week with him on the 4141-01 Domestic Installer course, we wanted to find out his motivations for studying at Trade Skills 4U. 

Name: Andy Codling
Age: 43
Location: Kent, Maidstone
 
How did you hear about us?

I started my search by looking on the internet, I did a Google search, and Trade Skills 4U came at the top of my search results.

I decided to go with you over a different provider because the website is very professional and the location was an important factor for me.

 

Which course are you studying at Trade Skills 4U?

Green Domestic Installer Course

 

What are the dates of your course?

My course runs 4 weeks consecutively, then I am returning mid-August for the solar power section of the course.

How are you finding the course at our centre?

Yes really good, it’s been really helpful, all the tutors I’ve met so far have been really good, they’re very talented and always go out of their way to make sure they help each every student. On a heavy week like Part P where there is lots of theory, it’s nice to have a jovial atmosphere in the classroom, the tutor made it fun for us whilst we’re learning or it could've become very heavy going.

What type of work were you doing before training?

Managing an accelerometer calibration lab – we calibrate devices used on aircraft, automotive, space craft and many other applications to measure vibration. My job was to certify them and ensure they were working correctly. I got made redundant from them on the 29th May, they had decided to move their offices to North Wales, they gave me the choice to move with them or take a volunteered redundancy, as my wife owns her own hair salon here we decided we had too many ties to leave, therefore my old employers paid for the course as part of my redundancy package.

What work are you intending on carrying out after the course?

I am actually thinking about setting up a training and consultancy firm, similar to what I was doing before, but that is my long term goal, because I have an electronic and electrical background anyway, I thought if I could do this for my bread and butter money that would keep me ticking over until my business gets off the ground, it might take a few years to get going, so until that’s established I will be doing property maintenance, a few hours at a time, maybe not a full re-wire but small jobs to keep me going.

How long since you last studied?

I did a masters degree in 2007, this was an online course whilst working full time job, with two children the masters was in information technology, I also studied electrical, electronic engineering at university and college. I also taught myself software design at my previous company were most of the software was designed by me.

What difference will this course make to your career?

All the tips you gain from Doug on the course are really helpful, it’s really handy to know all the tricks of the trade and Doug teaches you the correct way to do everything which means not only are you learning but your learning how to install correctly and to the industry standards. I wanted to gain my qualifications, get my part p building regulations qualifications and get out working as soon as possible.

What type of work are you now doing?

Contracting for my old firm a few days here and there.

What would you say to someone thinking about training with Trade Skills 4U?

Definitely choose Trade Skills 4U, the facilities are really good and a lot better than some of the places I’ve been too, sometimes the parking is tight, but if you get here early which I normally do you’re fine.

What are you planning on doing in the future?

I would like to get my training company up and running and keeping my hand in electrics in the meantime, even at the weekends if people need work doing I would be more than happy to help where I can to make sure I put my qualifications to good use.

How did you find having me as your classmate?

Nah its cool, it’s nice to see the staff getting involved!

Would you encourage more women coming into the trade?

I don’t see why it should be a male orientated environment…

 

 

 

Van leasing – contract hire vs finance lease. What is the best option for electricians?

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 6th July 2015

A van is an essential item for a self-employed electrician.  What type of van you get will involve a fair amount of research and the pros and cons of monthly payments as against owning your own van.  A new van will set you back a fair chunk of money and unless you have several thousand pounds floating around in your bank account, chances are, you'll end up with an older van which could become costly in terms of maintenance, tax and even reliability. You need to be able to trust your van to get you to and from jobs reliably.

An old van can give also give the wrong impression to customers – a nice well kept van gives a professional appearance and in many cases can actually save you money.

Leasing a van is generally hassle free so long as you meet the monthly payments and don't exceed mileage agreements.  Every 3 years on average you can get your hands on a brand new van that won't depreciate year on year and without the hassle that ownership brings.

With many lease options out there, it can be confusing to know which deal really is a good one.  We're not going to tell you how to spot a good deal – we're pretty confident you can take care of that yourself.

Clue yourself up on lease options before you start

Many people assume that lease contracts are the same and only concern themselves with the bottom line. However, there are two different types of lease options and as electricians, this is pretty essential 'must know' stuff.

The two options are contract hire and finance lease.  Both types seem to mean not a lot on paper but upon delving a little further into the options, there are financial implications that could affect you as an electrician.

Contract hire

By far the most common form of lease agreement is contract hire.  This is where you pay a set monthly fee for the van and this covers use of the van up to an agreed mileage allowance, tax and often maintenance and breakdown cover leaving you with peace of mind when driving your van.

Providing the van is returned without damage at the end of the lease there should be no problems.

It is easy to think you have spotted a great deal and signed up without knowing about a lesser well known option that could actually reward you financially.

Finance lease

Finance lease is designed for those who work in occupations which involves more practical use of the van where there is a chance damage could be caused.  However, demonstrate good use of the van and you could be quids in.

Finance lease is similar to contract hire in that you pay an agreed monthly fee and have all the benefits you would expect in a contract hire arrangement.

The difference is what happens at the end when the van is sold.  If the company is able to sell for a higher price due to a better condition or lower mileage then you receive the difference.  Another option is to purchase the vehicle at a bargain purchase price – so it good be used as an economic way to acquire a vehicle if you didn't want to commit to years of leasing a van.

What is the best option for electricians?

Not every electrician is going to run their van into the ground.  With finance lease you have far more control over how you manage your van and will reap the benefits over the longer term.  With the more common contract hire, you are simply paying for the privilege of looking after your van for which you will receive no reward at the end of the lease.

Finance lease wins the day – at least from out point of view anyway!

 

 

 

 

 

Two-thirds of students studying STEM at university said their course did have value for money

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 3rd July 2015


We stumbled across some interesting research from ComRes who spoke to 1000 students due to complete their university degrees in 2015; they all started after the rise in tuition fees in 2012 and as such value for money is now more crucial than ever. Interestingly the research found that just over half of the students felt the course had been good value for money, however there was a clear increase in satisfaction in the Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects.

Only 52% said their courses were value for money

Over two thirds of STEM students said the investment was worth while

Only 44% of humanities and social science students felt their courses had value for money

A small minority said they would take a different subject

Only 3% said they’d change university if faced with the decision again.

With tuition fees for university now on average £9,000 per year this leaves the consumer, i.e. the student wondering where this money is going. There was a clear divide which showed STEM students were generally much happier than those in other areas. We believe this is because those subjects require more specialist facilities, more contact time with teaching staff and have clearer career prospects at the end of the course. Students also gain much clearer skill sets that can be applied to a wide range of technical jobs.

It has been noted that for some subjects such as humanities students were getting as little as 8 hours per week of class time, which was raising a few eyebrows. With such a disparity between contact and teaching times it is surprising that there is not a bigger difference between course fees too.

What is clear is that now students are paying for their courses there are much higher expectations and generally students are studying courses which are much more likely to result in skills that will be in demand and much more likely to secure a job in their chosen field.

Nick Hillman commented on 5 live Breakfast that

“Students paying £9,000 expect a lot more from their education; students are choosing degrees more obviously linked to jobs.”

Nicola Dandridge chief executive of Universities UK, has said that; "The shift in England from public funding to increased fees means that students are understandably, and rightly, demanding more from their university courses. Universities are responding to this and are also improving the amount of information to students about courses to ensure that their experience matches their expectations.”

Here at Trade Skills 4U we know only too well that we must deliver value for money. As a private training provider we are always completely accountable to our students. Interestingly we have always monitored customer feedback on every course and ask every student for feedback on their course. This practice is standard practice amongst private training companies but none of us in the office have ever provided any feedback on any of our degrees.

We have seen an increase in recent times of students choosing to train with us as opposed at a college or university. For those deciding to study our most comprehensive course (2365 C&G L2 & 3) you will work two weeks on two weeks off, with contact time during the week Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm, and most importantly you only pay £7,490 for your qualification, you’ll be finished in a third of the time and you can still work around your training. This route is preferable for those returning to their studies at a later age, we appeal to more mature students, this might not have been your choice at 18 years old, but certainly if your re-training or changing your career the quicker you can gain you qualifications the sooner you can start earning money.

What is clear is if you are looking to get value for money for your training then choosing to train as an electrician with us is a highly preferable option compared to many traditional routes.

If you would like to enquire, you can contact us on the phone; 0800 856 4448, Via email; info@tradeskills4u.co.uk, Facebook; facebook.com/tradeskills4u twitter; twitter.com/tradeskills4u.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17th Edition Amendment 3 - What You Need To Know

Posted by Andy Hay-Ellis on 1st July 2015

The six months transitional period from the Green book to the Yellow book is over! From 1st July 2015 BS7671 17th Edition Amendment 3 must be used for the design of electrical installation. So apart from a colour change to the cover and a change in the numbering system, what things should we have implemented by now?

Fire Safety.

The headline grabbing changes were those introduced for fire safety and after consultation with the Fire Brigade.

421.1.201 requires that within domestic dwellings switchgear assemblies including consumer units have their enclosure manufactured from non-combustible material or be enclosed in a cabinet or enclosure constructed of non-combustible material. Steel is an example of non-combustible material and most manufacturers of consumer units have adopted this method of compliance. However, this does not get implemented until January 2016 so more on this in a later blog.

521.11.201 requires that wiring systems within escape routes shall be supported so that they are not liable to premature collapse in the event of fire. This precludes the use of non-metallic cable clips, cable ties or cable trunking as the sole means of support, so yes we still can use plastic trunking conduit but not as the sole support. Manufacturers therefore have started to produce metal cable retaining clips for use inside plastic trunking and stainless steel cable ties are available for use with cable tray.

Reduction in maximum Earth Fault Loop Impedances.

Amendment 3 introduced Cmin which is the minimum voltage factor to take account of voltage variations depending on time and place, changing of transformer taps and other considerations. For a public supply in the UK, Cmin will be 0.95 of the declared voltage. This has therefore resulted in a reduction in all maximum earth fault loop values. Time to throw away those old tables!

RCD Protection of Socket Outlets

We have all got used to the requirements for RCD protection of socket outlets in domestic dwellings but what about commercial / industrial? Reference to the use of socket outlets by ordinary persons in 411.3.3 has been removed and there is now a requirement that a 30 mA RCD be used to protect socket outlets up to 20A for ALL installations, including commercial / industrial The exception to this for a specific labelled socket outlet remains and a further exception, which is not applicable to domestic dwellings, is made where a documented risk assessment determines that RCD protection is not necessary. The exception for an installation ‘under the control of a skilled person’ has been removed. This is probably one area that is likely to show up time and time again on periodic inspections.

Revised Inspection and testing Documentation –

Appendix 6 introduced a new Schedule of Inspections for initial verification, complete with relevant regulation numbers which is similar in layout to the one used for periodic inspection and the inclusion of the regulation numbers should make it easier to understand and complete.

The Electrical Installation Condition Report includes the requirement for inspection to be carried out in accessible roof spaces where electrical equipment is present. What sort of equipment is likely to be in roof spaces? Lights, Solar PV inverters, ventilation equipment, TV amplifiers and boosters, the list could be endless.

So apart from using revised documentation (download your version here) we should also be now be carrying out periodic inspections in line with BS 7671 17th Edition Amendment 3.

What’s next?

Well January 2016 sees the implementation of non-combustible consumer units within domestic dwellings, the IET have a number of Codes of Practice in the pipeline included one on solar PV installations and of course the 18th Edition will not be far away. Whatever happens TS4U will always keep you up to date.

If you want more detail on 17th Edition Amendment 3 then you can watch our free online seminar here:

<<< Click Here for a free online video seminar on 17th Edition 3rd Amendment >>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shockingly Good Advertising Slogans for an Electrical Company

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 29th June 2015

Shockingly good puns

Have you got the perfect name for an electrical business? But wondering watt your slogan is going to be? We’ve listed some of the most shocking electrical puns below.

They’re so good they might hertz you… Don’t miss that opportunity and plug your business, the rewards could be enlightening!

• We are shockingly good at watt we do!

• Don’t be shocked when we turn up on time!

• So good it hertz.

• Fixing all the re-volting work out there!

Wire you waiting? Call now!

• We know how to conductor business!

• We get amped up on your current jobs!

• Don’t get con-fused, give us a call!

• You will find our services enlightening!

• Call us now. Resistance is futile!

• It’s about time you switched to a new sparky!

• Yes we conduit!

• We’ll give you a charge if you call us!

Ohm my God the best sparky’s in town.

• We’re the current specialist!

• Don’t pull the plug call us!

Amp up your electrics!

• Don’t have re-volt-ing electrics.

OHMitted for exceptional electrics…

We’re current specialists at here Trade Skills 4U HQ, if you wanted to take one of the above slogans for your business we won’t charge you.

If you’re nervous about setting up your own business, read our blog post on how can you be a successful entrepreneur or to be or not to be self employed, these blogs might give you the inspiration you need to get started.

Happy branding guys!

 

Free online word search puzzle for electricians

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 26th June 2015

electricians word search

 

Stuck for something to keep you entertained on your tea break we’ve put together an entertaining word search for you, this uses all the popular terms found in your electrical studies or day to day life as an electrician. We hope that you enjoy completing this as much as we did putting it together. 

Please Note: The interactive WordSearch will only work on a Laptop or Desktop Computer.
 

 

Printable wordsearch. 

word search image

 

 

 

 

 

 

How can you be a successful entrepreneur?

Posted by Kirsten Beckwith on 24th June 2015

/start written on road

When you’re setting up your own business it will require taking a few risks along the way and taking some chances where potentially others have failed. You need to be brave and courageous and believe in your business idea.

You need to beat all the sceptics out there and prove to them that you’re business model will work and become successful, even Richard Branson had sceptics from his board members before setting up Virgin Airlines, however Virgin is now the second largest airline in the UK today.

Don’t let hurdles stand in your way

/man in suit jumping hurdles

If you have any personal difficulties in your life, don’t let them stand in your way, turn this negative into a positive, whether you suffer from anxiety, dyslexia or have pre-existing injury this shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goals.

Our CEO Carl Bennett set up Trade Skills 4U after having a brain tumour removed.  This forced him to leave his career in the MET Police force and seek a new path. He worked hard to set the company up and our training centres now train over 2000 students each year making our business model for electrical training the most successful in the UK today!

Networking

/male symbols connected

Every opportunity for you to meet someone new could be a future business partner or client, if you’re a tradesman this could be your next big job, one successful way to promote your business is by talking to people, and it’s one of the cheapest forms of advertising is word or mouth.

You can easily network by joining popular social networking sites such as Facebook, Linkedin, or join local business associations, you may find networking events in your area too where you can meet like minded entrepreneurs.

Manage Expectations

/cartoon building steps to trophy

Once you have a successful business make sure you don’t get too big for your boots and start dropping balls because that’s where a bad reputation comes from, there is a phrase under promise and over deliver.

If you’re a tradesman, manage your customers expectations and let them know when your available to do the work, don’t make up unrealistic time frames which are un-achievable to win the work.

Without your customers you won’t have a business

/cartoon customers in a balleye

Make sure you listen to your customers, it’s an old fashioned saying that the customer is always right, therefore unfortunately even if sometimes you don’t agree always listen and try your best to meet their expectations.

You must always stay in touch with your target audience and evolve with them; nothing stays the same for too long before it needs refreshing.

Don’t do it alone

/climbers helping each other

It’s only natural to want to do everything yourself when your running your own business and a common mistake entrepreneurs make is not to know when to ask for a little help, make sure you ask someone you know and can ultimately trust.

Working in a trade, if you take on too much you could burn yourself out and cause a long lasting injury if your not careful, therefore make sure you have enough hands to complete the job!

Always be positive

/think positive

If you have employees it is important to set an example and always remain positive. Lead the way by looking on the funny side if things go wrong, don’t let small knocks get you down and remember positive things happen to positive people.

Work life balance

/balanced pebbles

Creating a happy working atmosphere can be difficult however happy teams will work well together, which means they’re more productive and happy to complete the job in hand. Don’t work your employees to the bone, with no holiday time and no perks.

Remember to praise your staff and make sure they are able to rest, work and play!

Don’t be afraid

/believe in yourself

We understand that going out alone could be scary, you’ll end up taking on a lot more responsibility however you could reap the benefits with a healthy pay check at the end of each month, you could be your own boss, choosing your own working hours and being the master of your destiny. If you want to read more about the pro’s and con’s please visit our blog post ‘to be or not to be self employed’.

You need to believe in yourself and make sure you take all of the above into consideration, because once you decide to do it, you’ve got a lot of work ahead of you before you start making the big bucks!

Remember “Fortune Favours The Brave!”