We are gearing up for a busy summer here at TradeSkills4U. We can now confirm that we will be delivering electrical courses in Warrington from September onwards. Initially we will be delivering our PAT Testing and 17th Edition courses, however the range of courses on offer will be expanding in the early part of next year.
In the best traditions of Trade Skills 4U we have gone all out to ensure students learn in 1st class facilities. These two classroom based courses will be delivered from The Centre at Birchwood Park. This is located just off the M62 and M6 where the two motorways meet. The guys in the office at Gatwick are a little bit jealous as the Brichwood Park facilities looks fantastic with great café’s, outdoor areas and even a lake if you need to chill out between classes. The rooms have very comfortable chairs, desks, projectors and also are fully air conditioned.
The courses will be delivered by the same team of experienced instructors who have been delivering training here at HQ for the last few years to ensure that students from the North West receive the same high standards of training that has become our trademark over the last few years.
So Why Warrington you may ask?
We chose Warrington for a number of reasons. Our Director Carl Bennett grew up in there and knows the area well. As a local he realises the strategic importance of Warrington as it is easily commutable for students from Manchester, Liverpool, Chester, Stockport and Bolton.
Although we will be delivering courses from Warrington we will still be carrying out all the administration from the Gatwick head office.
You may have spotted our northern connections before especially if you have seen our sponsorship of Rugy League hard man Paul Wood. If you follow our Twitter feed you will also see a particular love for Rugby League too. This is no coincidence as our Director is a huge fan and one of his goals in life is to bring Rugby League to the masses.
As well as bringing Rugby league to the rest of the UK Carl also intends to roll out a number of centres in the coming years so that those who can’t travel our current locations are able to benefit from the first class training that we offer.