Trade Skills 4U opens new training centre in Coventry

Electrical training provider, Trade Skills 4U, has announced the opening of its new training centre at Westwood Business Park in Coventry. The company, established in 2005, has been training electricians from across the country for over 14 years, firstly in Gatwick and more recently in Leeds and Warrington.

Opening a state-of-the-art centre in the Midlands, just west of Coventry and situated between the M1, M6 and M40 means customers based in Birmingham, Leicester, Peterborough, Northampton, Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas can easily access the centre. Students are now able book onto a range of courses being delivered at the centre, including City and Guilds diplomas, domestic installer packages, inspection and testing, and more.

Carl Bennett, Chairman and Founder of Trade Skills 4U, comments, “I am extremely excited with the opening of the new centre. We have conducted a lot of research in the area to ensure that this is the perfect location to run our courses from. We can see from the people attending our centres in Gatwick, Leeds and Warrington that there is customer demand from around the region, so it makes sense for us to expand to this area.”

The new facility offers brand new, state-of-the-art classrooms and workshops that have been built to the highest specifications with the latest technology, the company says. The announcement comes as a result of significant growth and investment over the last 18 months. The new centre takes the total to four, with training facilities in Gatwick, Leeds and Warrington, as well as satellite centres offering short courses in London, Tyne and Wear, Cardiff, Hatfield and Maidenhead.

“I am very proud that we have opened our latest centre in Coventry”, says TS4U’s new CEO Neil Johnson. “This new centre follows the industry leading standards of electrical training provision we have set at our other centres across the UK, offering the latest techniques and innovation in learning for our customers across the region.”

Courses are now live to book online at

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