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Clarkson Evans leads the way with higher than national average pass rates for electrical courses

July 11, 2016

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Leading electrical training specialist, Clarkson Evans, is bucking the trend with higher than national average pass rates for many of its electrical courses.

New statistics reveal that since the beginning of 2016 Clarkson Evans has achieved an overall pass rate of 94 per cent for the City & Guilds 2377-22 Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) course.

The company has also secured an 82 per cent first time average pass rate in the City & Guilds 2394 and 2395 course, compared to the national average of 50-65 per cent.

Most recently Clarkson Evans achieved a 100 per cent first time pass rate for the City & Guilds 2395 course, which equips electricians with the skills to carry out periodic testing of domestic and industrial installations.   

Apprentices being trained as electricians at Clarkson Evans

“The success of our courses is down to the dedication of our experienced lecturing team,” said Nigel Farmer, Head of Lecturing at Clarkson Evans.

“All of our lecturers have worked ‘on the tools’ before turning their hand to teaching and now pass on their first-hand electrical experience and knowledge to our students.”

Clarkson Evans are industry leaders when it comes to electrical training and they provide short courses for around 1,500 people each year.  This might come as a surprise to those who know the company mainly for its in-house apprenticeship scheme but in fact Clarkson Evans has been providing electrical courses for other businesses for over 15 years.  Customers can choose between scheduled, accredited electrical courses or bespoke training to suit their specific requirements.

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