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MCS scheme expansion could lead to spike in demand for electrical courses

Electrical courses could become more popular after NG Bailey was announced to have registered on the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

The company has an annual turnover of about £600 million and received a British Council of Offices award for innovation last year.

According to NICEIC, an independent voluntary body for the UK electrical contracting industry, NG Bailey is a market leader in environmental responsibility and its appearance on the MCS scheme could inspire individuals in the profession to consider electrical courses.

"We have already identified a number of other services and products we can provide for them and look forward to developing our relationship in the future," noted NICEIC chief operating officer Emma McCarthy.

She lauded the size and stature of the company and said she is "absolutely thrilled" to have them on board.

Meanwhile, demand for electrician training courses in north Wales could pick up soon, after it was revealed that £2 billion wind farm is set to be built of the coast of Colwyn Bay.

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