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Electrical courses in Coventry could see further interest following lighting dea

A five-year programme to modernise street lighting facilities in Coventry could boost demand for electrical courses in the West Midlands.

The private finance initiative (PFI) will see Connect Roads Coventry, a subsidiary of construction giant Balfour Beatty, work to renew a large number of street lights, traffic bollards and signs.

Workers with skills gleaned from electrical courses will also be employed to carry out general maintenance and help Coventry City Council achieve energy savings, reports.

Expected to have a life of 25 years, the upgrade is being funded with money from Barclays and Norddeutsche Landesbank, which provided approximately ?