C&P Achieves EAL Training Centre Approval – Electrical & Industrial Training
C&P Training Services Ltd is delighted to confirm it has been awarded EAL training centre recognition and approval for the following courses:
- EAL Level 4 Award in the Design and Verification of Electrical Installations (G) (601/8231/3)
- EAL Level 3 Award in the Requirements of Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems for Buildings BS 5839-1:2017 (603/4906/2)
- EAL Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2018 (603/3298/0)
C&P Training Services has chosen EAL to ensure the effectiveness of our qualification delivery along with successful outcomes for our learners. EAL works in partnership with a wide range of employers, training providers, schools and colleges – both in the UK and internationally, providing high quality, fit for purpose qualifications.
Managing Director, Paul Bunyan commented: “Achieving approval and accreditation from EAL is a fantastic achievement for us. Our USP is our innovation, coupled with our ability to deliver training to a wide range of industry sectors and our ability to support the development and qualifications that meet each company’s goals and aspirations. Receiving EAL accreditation is a real demonstration of our commitment to providing the most professional and committed service to our sectors.”
Training & Development Manager, Tim Clark commented: “C&P Training Services has reinforced its commitment to raising professional standards through our in-house & industry recognised training programmes. Achieving EAL Recognition will assist us in our continued vision to become the preferred and most trusted client -focused flexible training provider within our industry.”
In addition to the above courses C&P Training Services will also be introducing other EAL courses into its training centre, covering various qualifications to suit the needs of it’s customers and industry. C&P Training Services is also a CompEx Training Provider. CompEx is the recognised global scheme for providing candidates with the essential knowledge and practical skills to enable safe working in potentially explosive atmospheres, whether due to flammable gas, combustible dust or other hazards. The CompEx curriculum includes specific knowledge and practical assessments based upon the IEC 60079 set of standards, including parts 14 & 17.