CAMFIL HVAC Filtration Solutions

Schneider Electric Reopens UK Training Centre

24.08.2020, 13:44

Schneider Electric Reopens UK Training Centre

Schneider Electric has reopened its dedicated electrical safety training centre in Telford, Shropshire.

The centre offers flexible practical and theoretical training for employees in the electrical industry who work in a range of commercial settings.

Courses on offer include: 

High voltage authorised person which covers safe operating procedures relating to the operation and maintenance of a variety of HV equipment;


Authorised Person NHS estates in accordance with HTM 0603 which is a designated UK National Health Service course for electricians and electrical engineers who are required to follow the HTM 0603 Electrical Safety Code for Low Voltage/High Voltage systems;


Health, Safety & Environmental Awareness which provides attendees with an overview of health, safety and the environment within the working environment; and


Substation access training for personnel entering substations and switch rooms for specific duties who are required to understand the dangers associated with High Voltage equipment

The centre also offers customised safety training for electrical staff that uses information on individual company Safe System of Work policies, practices and procedures.

David Pownall, VP of Services at Schneider Electric, comments: “Safety must be the priority for every company or institution – nothing is more important than ensuring everyone works in a safe environment.

“The correct training and qualifications is the first step to developing a safer workplace and industry. We’re delighting to see the Telford centre reopening its doors and look forward to welcoming new trainees.” 

Visit for additional information. 

CAMFIL HVAC Filtration Solutions

Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

Related Articles

Back to top button

We've noticed you are using an ad blocker

Advertising helps bring you fresh independent content. Please disable the adblock plugin or settings in your web browser to access the content you are trying to reach on