Luceco sparks the next generation of electricians

Luceco is supporting the next generation of electricians, with colleges close to the firm’s office benefitting from its products. 


Apprentice and T-Level students studying Electrical Installation courses at Stafford College and Walsall College can now use a range of Luceco products, including electrical and wiring accessories, circuit protection ranges, and sockets and switches, in their practical training. 


Jeremy Hayes, Lecturer at Stafford College, says, “We are grateful to Luceco for providing our students with high quality, market-leading products for them to practice on. After opening our new purpose-built facility for our electrical, plumbing and building students, this donation will help make sure they receive the best education possible.”


Andrew Duffen, Walsall College Lecturer, says, “Thanks to Luceco, our students have been able to improve their practical training on a new range of products to prepare them for their future careers as qualified professionals. This has given them the chance to consider sustainable electric products and think how best they could be used.”


Sarah Thompson, Communications Manager at Luceco, says, “We are fortunate to be able to work with Stafford and Walsall Colleges, along with other training providers across the country. Our commitment to support the next generation of electrical contractors is very important to us and we hope that by donating a range of our products, students can learn that by electrifying the UK we can create a sustainable energy system for the future.”


To read more on Luceco, click here.

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