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Positive Electrical Courses Review

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Electrical courses trainee Paul Hawker has taken time to praise Able Skills on the Electricians Forums website.Paul has recently finished the City & Guilds 2330 Level 3 qualification course and was happy to leave positive feedback on the Electricians Forums website midway through his training.He said on December 12th 2011:"I am currently training at Able Skills in Dartford (I'm about half way through my C&G 2330 Level 3).I've started at the beginning; I've completed the C&G 2330 level 2, building regs, and 17th edition courses. I do one weekend on, one off.This is my second time around career wise, I am a qualified mechanical engineer and have been to a few colleges and training centres in my time.I am posting this as I feel that this training centre deserves some praise on this forum. I literally cannot fault them.No problems with materials/stock as mentioned in a previous post, in fact quite the opposite; their stores always seem to be full. I have been to a few state colleges where you have one piece of equipment between four.They supply you with your own set of tools, all decent stuff, CK mostly. They are yours to keep. All text books are supplied, except for the BS7671 17th Edition book.My tutor, Richard Mannell seriously knows his stuff. I've been lucky enough to have been taught by him through all of the courses and I'm grateful for it. He teaches to a high level, but makes sure that he doesn't leave anyone behind. And a nice bloke too!Steve the technician is great, always around when you need him, friendly and quick to give advice and guidance if you ask for it.Angela who basically runs the administrative side of the centre is also really helpful. She explains the course contents and timetables really clearly.She seems to keep the place running smoothly, which is pretty impressive as there's a lot going on. I would probably like her more if I didn't have to hand her my debit card every other week (joke Angela, I promise!).Bottom line is, retraining later in life is expensive. But there are worse places to hand your money over to if you want to train for a new career, I promise you. You won't be disappointed."If you are interested in taking electrical courses and like the sound of Paul's feedback, give Able Skills a call and we will be happy to help you.