Electrium launches new podcast series

Electrium, one of the UK’s largest electrical installation equipment manufacturing and supply companies – home to leading brands such as Crabtree, Wylex and Volex Accessories – has launched a new podcast series.

‘The Electrium Podcast’ will explore the people who make the sector what it is and tell their stories, while also debating the latest topics and get to the heart of what matters to designers and installers.

The first two episodes are already live.

In the first episode, Electrium speaks to Gary Hayers and Joe Robinson from Tresham College in Corby, Kettering. Both have been teachers for many years, and have recently found success with their YouTube series. In the debut podcast, they speak to Electrium about creating their video platforms, and the importance of apprenticeships and teaching the future of the electrical industry.

In episode two, Mike Cash, Group Marketing Manager for Electrium and Simon Rowlinson, Product Manager for Wylex, discuss some of the key questions coming out of the 18th Edition so far. They chat arc fault detection devices, transient overvoltage protection, RCD selection and more.

Mike Cash, Group Marketing Manager for Electrium, commented on the launch of the new podcast series: “Here at Electrium, we’re exploring new ways of getting interesting and helpful content to our customers. We believe our new podcast series will give listeners a different insight into the depth of our industry and the numerous people who make it a great place to work.”

The Electrium Podcast is available to stream or download on Soundcloud, iTunes and Spotify, and is free of charge. Alternatively, you can listen at electrium.co.uk/podcast.

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