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Scheme could benefit those wanting to take electrician training course

People who are unemployed and are considering taking an electrician training course to kick-start a new career could benefit from the government's Train to Gain scheme.

The initiative is a national service launched by the state for employees and those currently out of work to train and learn new skills.

It gives Brits the opportunity to gain National Vocational Qualifications, find apprenticeship places and take up leadership and management training.

According to Phil Flaxton, chief executive officer at Work Wise UK, the scheme and others like this are "commendable".

He added that the programme is also particularly timely.

"I think that any scheme - particularly in the current climate - that is going to help unemployed people to get back into work, particularly the long-term unemployed, has got to be applauded," he said.

The initiative could well help workers who have taken an electrician training course- or people hoping to in the near future - gain new skills and experience and boost their employability.

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