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Electrical courses popularity could grow if schools project goes ahead

There is cash available in the government coffers to pay for the construction of all the schools it had planned for, it has been suggested, which could lead to more workers signing up for electrical courses.

Speaking to Construction News, a source close to the Capital Review team - which is tasked with looking at the state's school-building programme - has said such initiatives had been taking up too much time.

They suggested there will be enough cash to develop plenty of schools with a change in methods, which could mean more work for technicians who have completed electrical courses.

"All the schools the government wants to build can be built with the money available. This will mean more modular building. It will be quicker and cheaper," the source was quoted as saying.

In Wales, there is further good news for the construction industry, with several schools set to be developed in Torfaen, while others could be refurbished or rebuilt.

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