Logic4Training Luton, opens doors to electrical excellence by offering the new AM2 Assessment
National Electrotechnical Training (NET) continues to develop its AM2 centre network by welcoming Logic4Training Luton into the fold of its approved training providers of the newly revised AM2 assessment.
NET licensed Logic4Training Luton, a state-of-the-art assessment centre in Bedfordshire, to offer the AM2 Assessment of Occupational Competence (AOC) – the industry’s benchmark of an individual’s competence – ahead of the move to make it a required part of NVQ Level 3 training. Local training providers and employer representatives were able to check out the facilities at an open day on June 11th.
Centre Manager, Mark Krull, comments: “Luton is the latest addition to Logic4Training’s network of training centres and we are committed to delivering the high-level of service that our customers have come to expect; not just to our candidates, but also colleges and training providers as well.”
He continues: “We’ve worked closely with NET to offer the new AM2 Assessment in an area which has shown a real demand for it. We’ve already had applications from candidates across the Home Counties and East Midlands.”
By combining forces with NET, Logic4Training is able to offer the new AM2, a vital component of the apprenticeship programme which recognises electrical competence. The electrical industry needs to deliver highly skilled professionals, not only to successfully meet sustainability targets, but to ensure people can call on qualified competent electricians. Logic4Training wants to build lasting relationships with the industry, so by offering the AM2 and electrical training to professionals of all ages, hopes to achieve this.
Stephen Plant, Business Development Manager for NET says:”We have a tradition of fostering long standing relationships with licensed centres. We felt the values of Logic4Training blend well with our own. Achieving the very best in industry practice has always been our motivation and that is why we’re delighted to be working with Logic4Training”.
The Luton-based centre can assess as many as 312 candidates each year and this is essential in meeting the anticipated increase in demand for the assessment with changes to the qualifications framework.
Logic4Training Luton is committed to providing a high level of service, with Mark saying: “We’re delighted to offer customers a dedicated customer service team that can guide candidates through all aspects of their training. We live by our service and it’s this belief that has allowed us to grow”.