Electrical Safety

Working as an electrician can be potentially dangerous. It is vital that people in this industry understand the risks involved and how to avoid them. By creating a culture of safety within an electrical environment, accidents can be prevented. Apprentices, in particular, need to know the various protocols.

28 Jul 2021

Electrician jobs

On average, electricians earn £156,000 per year, which is six times the normal wage and £150,000 more than the Prime Minister’s salary.

There's a broad spectrum of electrician jobs and so are the courses. Students who've just graduated from high school or anyone who wants a change from a desk job may specialise in:

  • Electrical installations and fittings
  • Highway systems
  • Electro-technical panel building
  • System maintenance

Educational Qualifications

  • I. Industry recognized qualification e.g. diploma in electro-technical services or short course in electrical installation
  • II. Grade D and above in GCSE
  • Alternatively, an apprenticeship with experts is a great start in the in the world of electrotechnology.