JTL Looks To Light Up ED&I


Leading work-based learning specialists JTL will be exhibiting at the new Electrical Design and Install Expo (ED&I), September 6-7.

The organisation will be based on Stand 145 and will be on hand to offer advice and answer questions on apprenticeship training and development courses for an existing workforce.

The ED&I show is the electrical industry’s new national trade event, offering two full days of seminars and a packed exhibition floor with top products and brands. Sign up to the show here.

JTL is the leading provider of apprenticeships in the electrical sector with more than 6,000 apprentices currently working towards their qualifications across England and Wales. The company already works with more than 3000 employers helping them to train their new young employees as together they aim to fill the skills gaps that exist across the country.

Visitors to the ED&I show will also have the chance to take the ‘Light It Up Challenge’ on the stand with hundreds of pounds worth of Red Letter Day’s vouchers up for grabs for the winner.

“As the sector’s leading specialists in the provision of apprenticeships for our industry, we’re looking forward to meeting as many people as possible at the show, providing free advice on apprenticeship funding, the new Training Levy and how JTL can help you acquire the training your company is looking for,” says Cathie Foster, JTL’s head of marketing & communications.

“We’ll show you how we can help a young person to learn a valuable trade and how companies can get money back – a £1000 grant for a 16-18 year old apprentice. We look forward to seeing you at the show and being able to help you with your training requirements and queries.”

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