National Electrotechnical Training (NET) is a registered UK charity that owns, manages and develops End Point Assessments and Assessments of Occupational Competence for the electrotechnical industry.

The AM2 has been the means of independently assessing the occupational competence of electrical installation apprentices for more than 30 years. Following the introduction of the Electrotechnical Apprenticeship Standard, NET has developed a revised version of AM2 (AM2S) to form the End Point Assessment for the standard.

In addition to its work on AM2 and AM2S, NET supports other specialist and emerging electrotechnical areas with assessments of competence, including the Fire, Emergency and Security Systems (FESS) Experienced Worker Assessment and the Cable Jointing assessment.

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Over 40 training centres across the UK are licensed NET centres, authorised to deliver NET assessments. All of these centres adhere to strict criteria for offering the assessment and are subject to regular inspections by NET as part of its quality assurance process.

As a registered UK charity, any surplus NET generates is re-invested to support its charitable objects. NET is also proud to organise SkillELECTRIC, the industry’s skills competition and supports a number of industry projects, including The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP).