We wanted to let you know that there will be a pause in our services from 31st July until the early Autumn 2022. This pause is because we are moving all of the courses to a new online training platform. The new platform will be easier for you to navigate and we will be adding in more exciting courses and resources.
Thank you for your patience, in the meantime please do come back to look out for any updates and information about the new platform launch.
This course is designed to help you understand the role of earthing and bonding and earth fault loop impedance play in ensuring electrical safety.
In this course, we look at smart lighting for domestic use which comes in many forms. This will help aid your Smarter Homes learner journey and equip you with tools and advice about customers and install systems.
This course will help you identify best practices for the installation of security systems. You will gain an understanding of system types, the components, and the wiring and configurations of installing the security systems.
This free bitesize course has been designed for you to follow the practical examples of boiler controls and wiring. This will help aid your Smarter Homes learner journey and equip you with tools and advice about customers and install systems.
This course will help you to identify and implement fire safety measures in building design and building modifications. After completing this course you will have a clearer understanding of the fire safety obligations electricians need to consider in the design and installation stages.
After completing this introductory course you will have an understanding of electric vehicles and what is required for safe, compliant electric vehicle charge for installations.
Consumers are turning to smart technology to control and monitor things such as lighting, temperature and home security needs, take this course to learn about the future of smart technology in the home.
After completing this course you will have a good understanding of the main stages of safe isolation, the legislation that governs this process and other potential risks that can be avoided by following up with additional tests and checks.
After completing this course you will have a clearer understanding of the processes of inspection and testing, concentrating on the differences between initial verification and periodic inspection as well as what is involved in completing the tests.
Click here to watch a short 2 minute film where Liam Sammon, Director of Learning & Innovation at JTL, explains how Power Up has been designed to serve the industry.
Click here to watch a short video guide on how to access the Power Up learning platform.