Members should be aware that revised BS 7671 certificates and report forms will be available to purchase from SELECT Technical Administration Services on Monday 8 October 2018. All SELECT BS 7671 certificates and report forms have been modified to meet the revised requirements of BS 7671:2018 (18th Edition).
Latest from SELECT
We are currently amending all our training course material and will be delivering 18th Edition training courses from January 2019. Dates will be available for these from the start of November 2018. Should you have any queries or wish to discuss this further, please contact the Training Team on 0131 445 5577 who will be … Continued
SELECT are delighted to announce a partnership with West College Scotland to deliver a new City & Guilds training course on Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation. This two day City & Guilds course aims to provide expert guidance to learners wishing to gain knowledge and understanding on Electric Vehicle charging equipment installation. This qualification is … Continued
SELECT is set to launch two new training courses in the next few months. The first is an SQA-customised award in electrical safety as part of its commitment to keeping its members at the cutting edge of safety improvement. The course, which will last for two and a half days, and result in an SCQF … Continued
SELECT is delivering awareness training to local authority staff that carry out verification activities across Scotland. The training, which is now in its third year, is a joint venture between SELECT, NICEIC and LABSS and is aimed at raising standards and awareness of new developments in safety and building standards. Dave Forrester, Head of Technical … Continued
SELECT is set to introduce a major new customised course in electrical safety which will relate to the most current aspects of safety awareness in the sector. The new Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) course is in development at the moment and is likely to be launched as a pilot in the third quarter of this … Continued
The Scottish Government has been consulting on its approach to delivering a high quality Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) education and training offering, across the education system. The STEM Education and Training Strategy has two aims: – 1.To improve levels of STEM enthusiasm, skills and knowledge in order to raise attainment and aspirations in … Continued