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Tottenham Stadium causing a shortage of Electricians!

tottenham stadiumOver in North London a huge project is now coming close to completion as Tottenham Hotspur look to move into their new stadium for the 2018/19 season. The stadium build has accelerated over the last 9 months and this has caused a lot of workers being required on-site. So much so that a shortage of electricians has been reported on some sites across London.

Some Electricians are rumoured to being paid up to £400 a day to work on the stadium and they are also said to be working around the clock to get the stadium complete in time for Tottenham to start the new Premier League season.

Contractors are believed to be working 24 hours a day at the stadium to get it finished in time and this is requiring an extremely high demand for fully qualified Electricians. However, this is causing some sites across London to struggle to hire Electricians and compete with the wages they can earn at the new Tottenham stadium.

However, this has opened an opportunity to people that are aspiring to become Electricians, as work is available across the capital. With a shortage of Electricians anyway in the UK, this is meaning more workers are needed over the next few months especially.

It is a perfect time to get training in the industry and get an industry recognised qualification behind you. All of which is available here at Able Skills.

We offer a whole range of electrical courses, including all the City & Guilds qualifications needed to get on your way to achieving an NVQ as an Electrician. From the City & Guilds Level 2 & 3 qualifications, right through to the NVQ and AM2 assessments. These are all required to become a fully qualified Electrician and gain access on-site.

If all the work going on at the new Tottenham stadium is tempting you into the industry, our electrician courses are the perfect way to get started. For more information on our courses, please contact us on 0808 100 3245 and we will be more than happy to help you out.

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