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TESP searches for Electrotechnical Ambassadors
Are you passionate about the electrotechnical industry? Could you use your experience and enthusiasm to inspire the next generation to choose a career in the sector? The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) is working with the UK-wide STEM Ambassador Programme to ask people from all walks of the industry to become an ‘Electrotechnical Ambassador’. By joining the 33,000-strong network of STEM Ambassadors you can volunteer in a way that suits you,…
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Funding available for industry Level 3 qualifications
The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) is urging adults without a Level 3 qualification to take advantage of the current funding available for industry-recognised qualifications while it remains available.  Under the government’s ‘Lifetime Skills Guarantee’ any adult aged 19 or over in England, who does not already have a Level 3 qualification, can receive free training from hundreds of colleges and training providers across the country.  The Level 3 NVQ Diploma…
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TESP calls for industry mentors with The Youth Group
TESP is calling for people from all corners of the electrotechnical industry to donate just 45 minutes of their time to mentor a young person. So far, The Youth Group has supported over 1.7 million young people across all sectors of UK industry. Under a new partnership, TESP is now working with The Youth Group to build a network of mentors with electrotechnical experience to inspire and inform young people about electrical…
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You Do The Maths – Electrical Careers – Dillon Jones
As an electrical apprentice you’ll need to use maths in your workplace. In support of National Apprenticeship Week (8-14 February), The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) is sharing some fantastic apprenticeship case studies.Check out another of TESP’s You Do the Maths videos from the Electrical Careers website below. This time, Dillon Jones shows how he applied practical maths to calculate the size of generator needed for a project. If you know…