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Electrical courses could gain importance under new government plans

The importance of electrical courses could be set to increase after the government made a commitment to supporting a number of green building programmes.

Business secretary Vince Cable has confirmed that the government will be maintaining support for several millions of pounds worth of low carbon construction projects.

These will include the creation of four new offshore wind developments on behalf of the National Renewable Energy Centre and in collaboration with Mitsubishi.

Dr Cable said it was important for the government to maintain investment in such projects in order to help secure the economic recovery.

He added this also means a renewed commitment to "skills, science and entrepreneurship through more apprenticeships … and slashing burdensome red tape".

Last week, NICEIC announced that major UK firm NG Bailey has registered onto its Microgeneration Certification Scheme in a move which could be set to increase interest in electrical courses among British workers.

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