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Electrical course popularity could be set to soar

Demand for electrical courses could be set for a boost after a careers expert suggested young people should consider alternative further education to university.

Spokesperson for Sarah Clover made her remarks after it was announced by the government that National Grid chief executive Steve Holliday has been appointed to chairman of the new national Technician Council.

Ms Clover stated she believes the formation of the body - which aims to create a new technician class in various sectors of the economy - to be a positive step.

And she explained it is important young people in the country realise they have more options available to them than university.

Increasing awareness of this will "start to balance the skills of our young people with the roles which need filling rather than encouraging everyone to follow the academic route", she added.

Many people who want to take an alternative education and career path to university might now want to consider enrolling on an electrical course so they can gain their approved electrician qualifications.

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