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Where we are

We are located just ten minutes’ walk from Gatwick airport and very near the town of Crawley – both of which
have excellent rail, bus and taxi connections. The nearest bus stop is at the end of our street, just 100 yards
from our door. We are also easily accessible by road via the M25 and M23. We are always very happy to help
arrange lodging and accommodation for customers travelling long distances to reach us. The best place to get the skills you need
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Trade Skills 4U, Unit 3, Metana House, Priestley Way, Crawley RH10 9NT
0800 856 444 8
www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
info@tradeskills4u.co.uk
Plug in “I needed the Part P and 16th edition for my job as a kitchen fitter quickly
or I faced being laid off. I got exactly what I paid for with no fuss – I even

with TS4U enjoyed it!” Steve Camber

Hundreds of people from all over the UK have “I’m in The Military, just going through retraining with TS4U: fantastic facility,
used our electrical courses to get up to speed
on the latest developments in the electrical fantastic administration and instruction. I will be going back to my resettlement
trade. By providing the most up-to-date skills
and knowledge – and the essential qualifications
officer and will pass onto them the high standards you guys acheive.”
that go with them – we offer an unbeatable Ken Dickson
opportunity to begin or further your career as
a fully qualified, practising electrician.

“I’m a plumber and I needed this course to compliment my Corgi


qualification. Thankfully I chose the right place!” Ben Grant
Our courses Get qualifed
We offer a comprehensive range of electrical courses, To be a successful, practicing “Best course Ive ever attended. The learning curve was spot on!.”
from a 2-day introductory foundation course, right up electrician, it’s essential, by
to a 13-day multi-package. law, that you have the relevant P Marsh
qualifications to prove your
Our courses cater to all levels of experience and abilities. At TS4U, we can help you
ability. Whether you’re a newcomer to the electrical get exactly the qualifications you
trade looking for basic training, or an experienced need, with the minimum of fuss. “The course was recommended by a friend and I arrived knowing nothing
tradesperson needing to update your skills in line with about electrics. I now have very good skills and look forward to putting them
recent developments – we’ve got the course for you. We know that a lot of busy working
people don’t have the time or into practice.” David Dodds
With practical, hands-on training in a ‘real-life’ inclination to attend a full-time college
environment from experienced instructors – we course. That’s we offer intensive
guarantee you’ll learn everything you need to take courses that enable you to get the
the next step in your career. qualifications you need as quickly
as possible.

Perhaps you’re just starting out in the


industry and looking for that crucial
first City & Guilds certificate, or maybe
you need to update the qualifications
you gained years ago when you were
starting out – wherever you are on your career path, we
can make sure you’ve got the certificate to prove it.

Call us now on 0800 856 4448


or go to www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
to book your course.
Electrical Training Courses

10-day Electrical Multi-Course


This discounted multi-course package combines three essential courses, enabling anyone
with previous electrical installation experience to become a competent and fully qualified
Domestic Electrical Installer.

Course Content Duration

This course package includes 3 separate courses: Three courses in 10 days. If you are
unable to commit to 10 days’ training in
2-day Electrical Foundation one continuous session, you may attend
the three courses separately. All three
Many experienced electrical installers have gaps in their skills courses must be booked together to
and expertise. This practical workshop based Foundation qualify for the discounted rate.
Course aims to bridge those gaps, preparing you for the crucial
Part P examination.
Prerequisite
The course includes:
• Practical training of electrical theory Previous experience of electrical
• Basic calculations installation required. If you have little or no
• Three phase systems experience or are unsure we recommend
• Testing the 13-day Electrical Multi-Course.

5-day Part P VRQ Qualification


Bookings
This classroom and workshop based course enables you to
gain the essential Part P VRQ Qualification. When you register • Call 0800 856 4448
as a Domestic Electrical Installer and start to self-certify your • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
installations, this qualification certificate will be proof of your • Courses start every week
competency.

3-day City & Guilds 2382 (17th Edition)


“Great centre, great location,
This short 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course is classroom- surpassed expectation.”
based with an online test that will enable you to obtain your
City & Guilds Certificate 2382 – something that every practicing Dean Shelly
electrician must have.
Electrical Training Courses

13-day Electrical Multi-Course


This discounted multi-course package combines three essential courses, enabling anyone
with little or no previous electrical installation experience to become a competent and fully
qualified Domestic Electrical Installer.

Course Content Duration

This course package includes 3 separate courses: Three courses in 13 days. If you are
unable to commit to 13 days’ training in
5-day Electrical Foundation one continuous session, you may attend
the three courses separately. All three
This practical workshop Foundation Course gives you all the courses must be booked together to
basic knowledge you need for the crucial Part P course. qualify for the discounted rate.

The course includes:


• Ring main circuits Prerequisite
• Basic lighting circuits
• 2-way lighting circuits No previous experience required.
• 2-way lighting and intermediate circuits If you have some experience of electrical
• Radial power circuits installation we recommend the 10-day
• Earthing and bonding procedures Electrical Multi-Course.
• Calculating cable sizes and load demands
• Introduction to electrical regulations
• Health and Safety Bookings
• Safe isolation procedures
• Three phase systems • Call 0800 856 4448
• Basic electrical calculus • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Courses start every week
5-day Part P VRQ Qualification

This classroom and workshop based course enables you to


gain the essential Part P VRQ Qualification. When you register
as a Domestic Electrical Installer and start to self-certify your
installations, this qualification certificate will be proof of your
competency.

3-day City & Guilds 2382 (17th edition)

This short 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course is classroom-


based with an online test that will enable you to obtain your
City & Guilds Certificate 2382 – something that every practicing
electrician must have.
Electrical Training Courses

2-day Skills Update Electrical Course


This course is designed to help anyone with previous electrical installation experience to
fill the gaps in their working knowledge and prepare to sit the all-important Part P VRQ
Qualification – a crucial part of becoming a fully qualified Domestic Electrical Installer.

Course Content Duration

Many experienced electrical installers have gaps in their skills 2 days’ practical and theory based
and expertise. This course aims to bridge the gaps we most intensive training.
commonly encounter.

The course offers practical training under close supervision and Prerequisite
expert guidance plus workshop-based theory learning. It will
ensure you have all the knowledge required to sit the Part P Previous experience of electrical
VRQ Examination – something that every practising electrician installation required. If you have little or no
must do. experience or unsure we recommend the
5-day Foundation Electrical Course.
The course includes:
• Health and Safety
• Safe isolation procedures Bookings
• Three phase systems
• Testing procedures • Call 0800 856 4448
• Special locations • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Earthing and bonding requirements • Courses start every week
• Electrical calculus

“This course more than met my expectation. Very thorough!”


John Shaw
Electrical Training Courses

5-day Electrical Foundation Course


This course includes all the essential training and basic knowledge needed to gain the
all-important Part P VRQ Qualification – a crucial part of becoming a fully qualified Domestic
Electrical Installer.

Course Content Duration

This Foundation Course offers practical installation, basic 5 days’ intensive training.
testing and inspection training under close supervision and
expert guidance plus workshop-based electrical theory learning.
It covers all the knowledge required to sit the Part P VRQ Prerequisite
Examination – something that every practising electrician
must do. No previous experience required. If you
already have some previous experience
The course includes: of electrical installation we recommend
• Ring main circuits the 2-day Skills Update Electrical Course.
• Basic lighting circuits
• 2-way lighting circuits
• 2-way lighting and intermediate circuits Bookings
• Radial power circuits
• Earthing and bonding procedures • Call 0800 856 4448
• Calculating cable sizes and load demands • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Introduction to electrical regulations • Courses start every week
• Health and Safety
• Safe isolation procedures
• Three phase systems
• Electrical calculus
• Practical training

“The instructor was excellent – put things across well and was always patient with me.”
Steve Filewood
Electrical Training Courses

Part P Domestic Installers Course, Vocationally


Related Qualification
This course enables anyone training as a Domestic Electrical Installer to pass the Part P
course and obtain the VRQ Certificate – one of the essential qualifications you will need to
have to professionally carrying out domestic electrical installation work.

Course Content Duration

Part P Building Regulations were introduced in 2005 as a way 5 days’ practical and theory based training,
of ensuring that electrical installations in domestic systems including online assessment.
are safely and properly installed. By law, anyone carrying out
this kind of work must be fully competent. The Part P VRQ
Certificate is your proof that you are competent to do the work. Prerequisite

This 5-day course will bring you up to the required safety The course tests and assesses your
legal standards, compliant with Part P Building Regulations. current electrical skills and knowledge.
On completing the course, you will be able to register as a To take this course, you must first be
Domestic Electrical Installer with the ability to install, inspect, competent in all the skills needed to
test and certify your work. Put simply, it’s an essential complete either the 2-day Skills Update
qualification you need to do the job. Electrical Course or the 5-day Electrical
Foundation Course. Please look at
The Part P VRQ Domestic Electrical Installers Level 2 Course the course content on these courses.
includes: If you do not have the required skills,
• Applicable Building Regulations we strongly recommend whichever of
• Electrical Safety legislation, regulations, standards and these two courses best suits your level
terminology of experience before taking the Part P
• Pre-work survey/inspection Domestic Installers Course.
• Safe isolation procedures
• Identification of unsafe electrical situations
• Earthing and bonding requirements Bookings
• Electrical test procedures
• Cable and component selection • Call 0800 856 4448
• Installation and replacement of electrical components • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Checking the correct and safe operation of installed electrical • Courses start every week
components
• Recording of electrical test results and completion of
certification
• Installing and/or rerouting cables

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• Special locations
• New circuit requirements
• Installing domestic lighting circuits
• Maintaining domestic electrical installations
• Basic understanding of 3 Phase supplies.
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“My instructor’s down to earth manner and simple


kindness immediately put me at ease. I couldn’t have
done it without his patience.”
Pat Walshe
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition Course


This course is designed to enable practising electricians, domestic electrical installers and
other allied professionals to ensure they are competent and fully qualified in the latest IEE
Wiring Regulations.

Course Content Duration

On this course, you will study the format, content and 3 days’ instruction and training, including
application of the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS online assessment.
7671: 2008 (17th Edition).

The course is made up of eight units, relating to parts 1 to 7 of Prerequisite


BS 7671, plus the 2008 Appendices. These units are:
• Definitions There are no formal entry requirements
• Assessment of general characteristics needed to take this course. However,
• Protection for safety it is expected that you will have some
• Selection and erection of equipment relevant experience and basic knowledge
• Inspection and testing of electrical science.
• Special installations or locations
• Scope, object and fundamental principles If you have already completed the 16th
• Appendices Edition Course (since June 2001) you
do not need to take this 3-day course
The course takes the form of classroom instruction, ending in a in order to obtain the 17th Edition
two-hour multiple-choice online exam. The exam is ‘open book’ qualification. Instead, we recommend the
meaning that you will be able to refer to the 17th edition book City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition Update.
throughout. There is no practical training on this course.

Bookings

“Good facility. And the instructors are in the real world” • Call 0800 856 4448
• Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
Andy McDonald • Courses start every week

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Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition Update


This course is designed to enable practising electricians, domestic electrical installers and
other allied professionals who hold their City & Guilds 16th Edition to update and enhance
their understanding of IEE Wiring Regulations and ensure they are fully qualified up to the
new standards of the 17th Edition.

Course Content Duration

On this course, you will upgrade your existing knowledge of 1 day’s instruction and training, including
IEE Wiring Regulations by studying the form, content and online assessment.
application of the requirements for Electrical Installations BS
7671: 2008 (17th Edition).
Prerequisite
The course is made up of eight units, relating to parts 1 to 7 of
BS 7671, plus the 2008 Appendices. These units are: To take this qualification, you must have
• Definitions one of the following qualifications:
• Assessment of general characteristics
• Protection for safety • City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in the
• Selection and erection of equipment Requirements for Electrical Installations
• Inspection and testing BS 7671: (2381), 16th edition
• Special installations or locations • City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in
• Scope, object and fundamental principles Electrotechnical Technology Installation
• Appendices (Building and Structures) (2330-07)
• City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in
The course aims to update you on the significant differences Electrotechnical Technology Electrical
between the 16th and 17th editions. To do that, it will focus on Maintenance (2330-08)
the main additions and alterations that have been incorporated in • City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in
the 17th Edition. There will be very little basic training involved. Electrical Installation Part Two (2360)
(from January 1st 2004 onwards only)
The course takes the form of classroom instruction, ending
in a one-hour 30 question multiple-choice online exam. The To sit this exam, you must provide
exam is ‘open book’ meaning that you will be able to refer to evidence of your qualifications. Make sure
the 17th edition book throughout. There is no practical training to bring your City & Guilds Certificate with
on this course. you (not a copy). You will not be able to
sit the exam without it.
9pass9ra%te If you have not already gained your City &
Guilds 16th Edition 2318 (or recognised
equivalent) you will need to take the
3-day City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition
Course.

If you gained your City & Guilds 16th


Edition 2318 (or recognised equivalent)
before June 2001 you will need to
take the 3-day City & Guilds 2382, 17th
Edition Course.

Bookings

• Call 0800 856 4448


• Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
“I did my 16th and it was a pleasure to come back for • Courses start every week
the 17th edition update.”
Michael Marshall
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2392 Inspection and Testing Level 2


This qualification has been developed in conjunction with the electrical industry to provide
less experienced candidates with an introduction of how to inspect and test (conduct
the initial verification) of electrical installations before progressing onto the 2391-10 Level
3 Certificate in Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations. It enables
anyone new to electrical testing and inspection to obtain the qualification and skills they
will need before carrying out domestic and commercial installations.

Course Content Duration

Commercial electrical testing and inspection can be a difficult 4 days’ instruction and training, including
subject even for experienced electricians. This course allows online assessment.
you to grasp the basics in a clear and straightforward way and
provides you with the essential qualification you need to prove
you are competent to do the job. Prerequisite

The course includes: There are no formal entry requirements


• Preparation for initial inspection and testing to take this course. It is also particularly
• Electrical Testing suitable for practicing electricians or
domestic installers who have not carried
The course includes both practical and theoretical electrical out inspection and testing since qualifying
training. or who require some updated training
before going onto achieve the City &
Assessment will be by: Guilds 2391-10. It is expected that you
• A multiple choice online test covering the underpinning will have basic knowledge of electrics and
knowledge relating to the fundamental inspection, testing and some professional experience of electrical
initial verification of electrical installations, as required by BS installation. You must be aged 18 or
7671:2008 above to sit this course.
• A practical test covering the range of inspections, tests,
verification and recording of information and results for a new The course is suitable for:
electrical installation, as required by BS 7671:2008 • Electrical installers who are new to the
industry i.e. domestic Installers
• Electrical installers who have not
carried out inspection and testing since
qualifying
• Electrical installers who need extra
training before sitting City & Guilds
2391 Inspection and Testing Level 3
• Professionals working in allied trades
such as plumbers, kitchen fitters and
landscape gardeners

If you already have some experience


of electrical testing and inspection,
we recommend City & Guilds 2391
Inspection and Testing Level 3.

Bookings

• Call 0800 856 4448


• Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Courses start every week
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2391 Inspection and Testing Level 3


This course enables experienced electrical installers to obtain the qualification and skills
they will need to have before carrying out commercial installations, testing and inspection.

Course Content Duration

This course provides you with the essential skills and the 4 days’ instruction plus a half day exam and
qualification you need to prove you are competent to carry out a half day assessment.
commercial electrical installations.

The classroom based course includes: Prerequisite


• Introduction to inspection and testing
• Testing equipment There are no formal entry requirements to
• Order of tests take this course. However, it is expected
• Continuity of protective conductors that you will have professional experience
• Insulation resistance tests of electrical installation. You must be
• Polarity and earth electrode tests aged 18 or above to sit this course.
• Earth fault loop impedance tests
• RCD tests If you have little or no experience of
• Rarely used tests & IP ratings electrical testing and inspection, we
• Recording of results recommend you take City & Guilds 2392
• Using Guidance Note 3 Inspection and Testing Level 2 before
• Exam preparation taking this qualification.

The course include theoretical electrical training only, if you need


practical training the City & Guilds 2392 Inspection and Testing Bookings
Level 2 course may be more suitable for you.
• Call 0800 856 4448
• Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
“Challenging! I passed with solid instruction • Courses start every week
from credible real world instructors.”
Paul Ingles
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2330 Electrotechnical Training Level 2


If you want to be an electrician, this course is for you. It enables you to gain the practical
skills and knowledge – and the qualification – you need to get started.

Course Content Duration

This course introduces you to the basic and fundamental aspects Intensive 10-week course, held over a
of an electrician’s work in a clear and straightforward way, and 20-week period. To enable you to fit this
provides you with the essential qualification that you need to get demanding course into your busy schedule,
started – the Level 2 Certificate in Electrical Technology 2330. course sessions are held on a ‘two weeks
on, two weeks off’ basis.
To gain the qualification, you must successfully pass assessments
in a series of basic courses, split into four units. The courses are: Although designed to cater for people of all
ages, the flexibility of the course makes it
Unit 1: Working effectively and safely in the electrotechnical especially useful for mature students with
environment family, work and other commitments who
• Safety • Legal duties are unable or unwilling to attend college for
• PPE • Electrical specialisms the duration of a full academic year.
• Fire extinguishers and warning signs
• Electric shock and isolation
• Accident and emergency procedures Prerequisite

Unit 2: Principles of electrotechnology There are no formal entry requirements


• Identify SI units • Basic mechanics to take this course and no previous
• Resistance • Power generation experience or qualifications are needed.
• Conductors and insulators • Electrons and charge
• Series and parallel circuits • Transformers The course is suitable for:
• Shock protection • Electrical systems • Anyone wishing to begin a career as an
electrician
Unit 3: Application of health and safety and electrical • Anyone currently following the Electrical
principles Modern Apprenticeship programmes
• Risk control • Emergency switching • Anyone wishing to go on to study for an
• Dealing with information • Relays N/SVQ in Electrical Technology
• Resistance • Three phase systems
• Delta connections • Protective devices
• Earth fault • Over currents Bookings

Unit 4: Installation (Buildings & Structures) • Call 0800 856 4448


• Electricity at work regulations • Structure of BS7671 • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Codes of practice • Wiring systems • Courses start every week
• Cable calculations • Special locations
• Work planning

If you are keen to specialise, you can also choose to focus on one
of a range of relevant topics, including:
• Installation • Maintenance
• Instrumentation • Panel building

This course is open to any age. If you are aged 16 to 25, it can
form part of an apprenticeship that allows you to earn as you learn.
Alternatively, once you have understood the basics, gained your
qualification and found a job as an electrician, you’re ready to take
an NVQ relevant to our chosen specialist area. However you choose
to use this course, it’s an essential stepping-stone to your new
career as a fully qualified electrician.

The course content features practical and theory learning, with


online exams and practical assessments.
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2330 Electrotechnical Training Level 3


This course enables anyone with previous electrical experience to gain the City & Guilds
2330 Level 3 Certificate in electrotechnical technology – crucial proof that you are fully
qualified and competent to do the job.

Course Content Duration

This course is the next step for any experienced electrician wishing Intensive 6-week course, held over a
to improve their qualifications – and the logical progression for 12-week period. To enable you to fit this
anyone who has already gained the City & Guilds 2330 Level 2 or demanding course into your busy schedule,
2360 Part 1 qualifications. course sessions are held on a ‘two weeks
on, two weeks off’ basis.
The course covers the following:
• Level 3 Certificate in electrotechnical technology – installation Although designed to cater for people of all
(buildings and structures) ages, the flexibility of the course makes it
• Theory and practical based training, including an online, especially useful for mature students with
multiple-choice exam and two practical assessments family, work and other commitments who
are unable or unwilling to attend college for
Alternatively, you can use this course to add to the knowledge the duration of a full academic year.
and understanding you will need in order to go on to take an
electrotechnical NVQ.
Prerequisite
However you choose to use this course, it’s an essential stepping-
stone to furthering your career as a fully qualified electrician. To take this course, you will need to have
relevant electrical experience. That may
be any of the following:
• You may have practical experience
from your current or previous job, for
example as an electrical maintenance
engineer
• You may have the City & Guilds 2330
Level 2 qualification or 2360 Part 1
qualification
• If you are aged 16 to 25, this course
can form part of an Modern Electrical
Apprenticeship programme that allows
you to earn as you learn

Bookings

• Call 0800 856 4448


• Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Courses start every week
Electrical Training Courses

City & Guilds 2377 PAT Testing


This package of two courses enables practicing electrical professionals to obtain the
qualification and skills they will need before carrying out PAT testing on commercial
electrical appliances.

Course Content Duration

Every item of electrical equipment in a commercial environment • City & Guilds 2377-12 only:
– from kettles to computers – must be PAT tested for safety and 1 day, including online assessment
marked as safe. • City & Guilds 2377-11 only:
1 day, including online assessment
This package consists of two City & Guilds courses that will • Both courses taken together:
provide you with the essential skills and qualifications you need 2 days, including online assessment
to prove that you are competent to carry out PAT testing. The
courses may be taken individually or together. Courses can be taken separately or
together, depending on your requirements.
The courses are:

City & Guilds 2377-11 Management of Electrical Equipment Prerequisite


Maintenance
There are no formal entry requirements
This course includes: to take this course. However, it is
• Law and scope of relevant legislation expected that you will have some
• Types, use and testing of electrical equipment experience of electrical installation. If
• Categories, frequency and practicalities of PAT testing you do not the 5 day Foundation Course
• Procedures, documentation and user responsibility will be useful to you.
• Identify training required for PAT testing
• Appropriate test instruments and how they are used Before taking this course you will need
to read the reference book Codes of
City & Guilds 2377-12 Inspection and Testing of electrical Practice for In-Service Inspection
Equipment and testing of Electrical Equipment
3rd edition (ISBN 978 0 86341
This course includes: 833 4) – available from us, from
• Electrical safety www.theeit.org or from good electrical
• Regulations role and responsibilities suppliers.
• Insulation and earthing
• Classification of appliances
• Preliminary inspection, test precautions Bookings
• Using a portable appliance tester
• Essential tests • Call 0800 856 4448
• Optional tests • Visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
• Labelling tests • Courses start every week
• Reporting and recording results
• Implementing a test programme
• Practical assessment

Each course includes practical training and a one-hour exam of


30 questions.

“My PAT testing qualification has turned out to be a


nice little earner.”
Richard Yorke
Price List
Our wide range of fantastic courses means we’re bound to have the one you need.
Courses start every week and your place can be secured with a small deposit. Our very
reasonable prices include VAT and the use of all tools and materials. Call 0800 856 4448 or
visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk to book your place online now.

10-day Electrical Multi-Course £1,485 Discounted rate, applies if all three courses are booked together.
13-day Electrical Multi-Course £1,699 Discounted rate, applies if all three courses are booked together.
2-day Skills Update Electrical Course £225
5-day Electrical Foundation Course £449
Part P Domestic Installers Course £785 Includes registration, assessments and certification.
An initial deposit of just £500 secures your place on the course.
City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition Course £495 Includes instruction and exam fees.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
City & Guilds 2382, 17th Edition Update £175 Includes instruction and exam fees.
City & Guilds 2392 Inspection and Testing Level 2 £525 Includes registration, assessments and certification.
City & Guilds 2391 Inspection and Testing Level 3 £595 Includes registration, assessments and certification.
City & Guilds 2377 PAT Testing
– City & Guilds 2377-12 only £225
– City & Guilds 2377-11 only £199
Electrical

– Both courses booked together £300


City & Guilds 2330 Electrotechnical Training Level 2 £3,995 Ask us to find out more about pay as you go options.
City & Guilds 2330 Electrotechnical Training Level 3 £2,995 Ask us to find out more about pay as you go options.
5-day Foundation Bricklaying Course £350 Includes use of all tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
5-day House Construction Course £350 Includes use of all tools and materials.
5-day Hard Landscaping Course £350
Bricklaying

City & Guilds 6217 Bricklaying Course £2,295 An initial deposit of just £500 secures your place on the course.
This is followed by six weekly instalments of approximately £299
during the course – an easy way to spread the cost.
2 Weekends Bricklaying Course £350 Includes use of all tools and materials.
5-day Foundation Plastering Course £325 Includes use of all plastering tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
10-day Intermediate Plastering Course £350 Includes use of all plastering tools and materials.
City & Guilds 6217 Plastering Course £2,295 An initial deposit of just £500 secures your place on the course.
Plastering

This is followed by six weekly instalments of approximately £299


during the course – an easy way to spread the cost.
2 Weekends Plastering Course £325 Includes use of all plastering tools and materials.
5-day Foundation Tiling Course £350 Includes use of all tiling tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
10-day Intermediate Tiling Course £750 Includes use of all tiling tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
4-week Advanced Tiling Course £1,500 Includes use of all tiling tools and materials.
Tiling

An initial deposit of just £500 secures your place on the course.


Weekend Tiling Course £350 Includes use of all tiling tools and materials.
DIY Plastering Course £325 Includes use of all plastering tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
DIY Bricklaying Course £350 Includes use of all bricklaying tools and materials.
An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.
DIY Electrical Course £449
DIY Tiling Course £350 Includes use of all tiling tools and materials.
DIY

An initial deposit of just £150 secures your place on the course.

Prices correct at time of printing and are subject to amendment.


Other courses
Our wide range of fantastic courses means we’re bound to have the one you need.
Courses start every week and your place can be secured with a small deposit. Our very
reasonable prices include VAT and the use of all tools and materials. Call 0800 856 4448
or visit www.tradeskills4u.co.uk to book your place online now.

5-day Foundation Bricklaying This course includes the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics of
Course bricklaying.

5-day House Construction This course includes the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics of house
Course construction bricklaying.

5-day Hard Landscaping Course This course includes the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics of
bricklaying for outdoor projects.

City & Guilds 6217 Bricklaying This course enables anyone who wishes to become a bricklayer to obtain the qualification and
Course skills they will need in order to begin bricklaying professionally.
Bricklaying

2 Weekends Bricklaying Course This course includes all the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics of
bricklaying.

5-day Foundation Plastering This course includes all the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics
Course of plastering.

10-day Intermediate Plastering This course enables anyone with a basic knowledge of plastering to boost their skills to
Course professional level easily and quickly.

City & Guilds 6217 Plastering This course enables anyone who wishes to become a plasterer to obtain the qualification and
Course skills they will need in order to begin plastering professionally.
Plastering

2 Weekends Plastering Course This course includes all the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the basics of
plastering. Or add plastering to your DIY skills.

5-day Foundation Tiling Course This course includes all the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the
basics of tiling.

10-day Intermediate Tiling This course enables anyone with a basic knowledge of tiling to boost their skills to professional
Course level easily and quickly.

4-week Advanced Tiling Course This course provides the whole skills-package needed to begin a career in tiling.

Weekend Tiling Course This course includes all the essential training and knowledge needed to learn the
Tiling

basics of tiling.

DIY Plastering Course This course is the perfect place to start if you want to gain all the expertise needed to carry out
your own plastering projects around the home.

DIY Bricklaying Course This course is the perfect place to start if you want to gain all the expertise needed to carry out
your own bricklaying projects around the home.

DIY Electrical Course This course is the perfect place to start if you want to gain all the expertise needed to carry out
your own electrical projects around the home.

DIY Tiling Course This course is the perfect place to start if you want to gain all the expertise needed to carry out
DIY

your own tiling projects around the home.


The best place to get the skills you need

Trade Skills 4U, Unit 3, Metana House, Priestley Way, Crawley RH10 9NT
Corporate
Customers
0800 856 444 8
www.tradeskills4u.co.uk
info@tradeskills4u.co.uk
Your customers expect your workforce “Trade Skills 4U continues to perform well, delivering
to have the most up to date skills and excellent quality EAL electrical qualifications.””
EAL Inspector (EV)
qualifications. Trade Skills 4U can help
make sure every member of your team
has all the know-how they need to do
the job right.
Perhaps your team are highly experienced but simply lack the formal qualifications
that are required by law. We can fix that in just a few days by helping them gain the
relevant certificates they need to prove their competence.

Or maybe you’d like your employees to gain new skills and expand the service you
offer your customers. Our flexible training courses can help your team to learn vital
new skills up to the highest standards.

Our intensive courses last from two days to two weeks and ensure that your
employees get the skills they need fast, without having to take long breaks from
work commitments.

And we get results, too. All our instructors are hugely experienced in their fields and
operate from the biggest and best equipped training facility in the UK. It all adds up
to an unbeatable package that consistently out-performs all competitors.

Whatever your requirements, no job is too tough for us.

To find out more call Trade Skills 4U on 0800 856 4448. We’ll be happy to hear
from you.

“Very good course, full of “Best Course I’ve ever


relevant information in a attended, learning curve
relaxed atmosphere.” spot on!”
Terry Ward P Marsh
Accommodation
Our customers come to use from all corners of the country. Some even come from the
Scottish Isles or Europe. Being so close to Gatwick Airport, not only is air travel easy but
there are many providers of short term accommodation to choose from. We have linked
up with many suitable, sensibly priced providers of accommodation for you. We have
personally inspected them and constantly monitor feedback on the quality of service they
offer. Also, many offer a free door to door shuttle service – check out the listings below.
If you need any assistance booking, give us a call – we’ll be happy to help.

The Corner House Hotel Travel Lodge Hotel

72 Massetts Road, Horley Church Road, Lowfield Heath


Tel: 01293 784574 Tel: 0870 191 1531

Hotel/B&B. Transport to and from the end of our 5 minutes away. No breakfast. Booking in advance can
road for free (max 10 mins). Breakfast included. be as little as £26 per night rising to £45. If booking on
Lovely old Edwardian house. Restaurant/bar/parking the day, ask.
facilities. Standard single room will full English
breakfast – £34. Single en suite room – £42. Double
standard room – £52. Double en suite room – £62 Thetford B&B

Brookhill Road, Copthorne


Oakhurst B&B Tel: 01342 719809/07949 261221

Oakhurst, Radford Road, Tinsley Green, Crawley Full English £35 per night. Transport included.
Tel: 01293 882425

Used by airline staff. Ask about rates when you call. Masslink Guest House
Free transport to and from training centre.
70 Massetts Road, Horley
Single room – £30. Single en suite room – £35 Tel: 01293 785798

Single room – £27 (£29.50 with breakfast).


Oaklands Farm House Twin room – £29-£31.

Oaklands Farm, Radford Road


Tel: 01293 887863 Gatwick Gable End Guest House
5 minutes away. From £36 per night. Deals available if 23 Church Road, Horley
staying for a few nights – ask. Tel: 01293 783679

Single room – £45


The Manor House B&B

Tel: 01293 512298 Castle Lodge Guest House


Family run B&B. Single room not en suite – £30. Single 28 Massetts Road, Horley
en suite – £40. Double or twin room en suite – £50. Tel: 01293 783200

Single room with en suite facilities – £35.


Terms and Conditions
•A
 non-refundable deposit of £150 for each course week • It is your responsibility to attend and complete the course.
is required to reserve your space, with the balance due If you fail to attend all the days of your course or are
14 days before the start date of your course. consistently late, Trade Skills 4U reserves the right to ask
you to leave the course with no refund of course fees.
•F
 or Electrical VRQ Domestic Installers course (Part P) or
City & Guild courses a deposit of £500 is payable. • Please ensure that you are able to attend the complete
course, as once your course has started, it cannot be
•F
 or City and Guilds 2330 Level 2 Certificate in completed at a later date.
Electrotechnical Technology a deposit of £1000 is required,
the 2330 Level 3 a £750 deposit applies. • Trade Skills 4U reserves the right to alter booking
arrangements if necessary and has the right to refuse any
•P
 ayment can be made by cheque, credit/debit card or application.
BACS transfer. Cheques to be made payable to Trade
Skills 4U. • Trade Skills 4U cannot be held responsible for
accommodation. Any information provided is to assist in
•A
 letter confirming the start date of your course will be sent your search for accommodation. You are responsible for
on receipt of your booking form. your own booking and payment.
•T
 he fee covers the use of all tools and materials required • If you lose your original and require a copy of an invoice/
for your course. It does not include text books, note books receipt/confirmation letter, a £10 administration fee will be
or writing materials. charged.
• You will be required to bring protective hard boots and work • Candidates agree to comply with relevant Trade Skills 4U
wear on the all bricklaying and City & Guilds Plastering health and safety policies and procedures at all times during
Courses. the course.
•P
 rotective boots are advised for electrical practical • Where any candidate does not comply with a specific
workshop courses. request, that candidate will be asked to leave the course
immediately with no refund of course fees.
•P
 rotective gloves, glasses and ear protection, if required,
will be provided by Trade Skills 4U to use free of charge • Any candidate misbehaving, or acting in a way that would
during the course. be an impediment to other course candidates will be asked
to leave the course immediately with no refund of course
•C
 ancellation of your course: fees excluding deposits are
fees.
refundable if written cancellation is received at least 21
days prior to your course start date, otherwise the full fee • Any candidate not complying with Trade Skills 4U equal
becomes payable. opportunities policy will be asked to leave the course
immediately with no refund of course fees.
• If you are unable to attend due to exceptional unavoidable
circumstances, a new date may be offered at the discretion • All candidates attending any course with Trade Skills 4U
of Trade Skills 4U. agree to be bound by these terms.
•S
 hould you have to change your course date you will be
charged an administration Fee of £25, provided we have at
least 21 days notice. The deposit remains non-refundable.
You can only request to move your course once.

Complaints
•W
 e ask that you notify us immediately of any complaint and
every effort will be made to address this in a timely manner.

•A
 t the end of each course you will be provided with a
feedback form – we encourage you to complete this.

• If you fail to notify us of any problem it may seriously affect


any right you may have to compensation.