NAPIT Approved Training Available in Norwich

Mike Smith, technical director at EEET, said: ‘The need for a high quality centre to support the electrical industry in the region is clear following the unfortunate closure of Eagit Training in July 2014, which for many years provided the backbone of both formal qualifications and bespoke training for the sector in Norwich, Norfolk and beyond. We were keen to ensure that not only the facilities for training but the wealth of teaching experience would not be lost to the local industry by opening this new centre and we are extremely grateful for NAPIT’s support in this.’

Chloe Smith (pictured above), Member of Parliament for Norwich North, said: ‘It’s great to see that the centre is already engaged with local industry employers, both large and small, who are seeking to make use of the training provision available. I was proud to attend the opening of such a fantastic venture for the region.’

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