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North-west may see increase in demand for electrician courses

There could be more workers signing up for electrician courses after it was announced that a multi-million pound development scheme will be carried out in the north-west of England.

This initiative will see mental health facilities built at Walton Hospital, Mossley Hill Hospital and the former Ian Skelley property, as well as Sefton Health Park and Southport General Infirmary.

Workers who have completed electrician training courses are sure to be needed at some stage in the construction of the complexes, which are grouped together under the Mersey Care Development Programme banner.

The project will be led by Northern Irish contractors Farrans and Heron Brothers, with the companies forming a joint venture for the purposes of the initiative.

Farrans is part of the Northstone group of firms, which employs about 60,000 people across the globe and has carried out healthcare contracts before, such as The Bradbury Centre and The Knockbreda Centre in Belfast.

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