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New technology may lead to increased demand for electrical courses

Electrical courses may soon see a surge of interest in the Liverpool area after it was announced that new technology is being trialled in the city.

Chief executive of the Mersey Partnership Lorraine Rogers described to the Liverpool Echo how the north-west destination has won the chance to trial Smart Grid techniques, which she suggested has the potential to create many new job opportunities.

The need for new skills may inspire some engineers to sign up to electrical courses so they can be better prepared for changes in the industry.

Ms Rogers told the publication: "At this stage, we can't predict how much investment and how many jobs, but successful development will create demand for meter manufacture, installation engineers, data processing staff and energy advisors."

The Financial Times explained that the Smart Grid set up in Liverpool will become the largest in the UK and will involve houses in the Toxteth community being fitted with various green technology devices.

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