Endorsed Training Programmes
What are Endorsed Training Programmes?
Our Endorsed Training Programme service has been designed to recognise your commitment to quality and it gives you freedom to develop training courses that meet your own needs as well as the specific needs of your customers. Being endorsed by Energy & Utility Skills provides recognition that you have met all of our requirements.
Your training programme must map to standards, whether recognised industry standards or ones you have created yourself – with or without an employer – and we will review these as part of our endorsement process as well as your resources, delivery plans and quality assurance processes.
You will need to be approved as a provider if you are not already. Further information can be found on our Provider Approval page.
Energy & Utility Skills is a ‘Recogniser of Training’ for IGEM/IG/1
All training programmes and assessment in downstream gas work must comply with IGEM/IG/1 ‘Standards of Training in Gas Work’ and be recognised by an IGEM accredited ‘Recogniser of Training’.
If you have a gas training programme that falls into this category, then our years of experience working with employers and training providers in the gas industry means we’re uniquely placed to offer support, advice and guidance throughout the recognition process and beyond.
For more information or to find out about seeking approval or the IGEM/IG/1 standard, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endorsed Training Programmes
Some training programmes endorsed by Energy & Utility Skills are for a provider’s or employer’s own and private use. Some, however, are pleased to offer their programmes to a wider and ‘public’ audience:
- Asset Management
- Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
- Behaviour and Culture
- Butt & Electrofusion Training
- Chlorination Procedures
- Customer Service
- Electrofusion Welding
- Excavation Rescue
- Gas Emergency Operations
- Groundwork Equipment
- GWO Basic Safety Training
- Half Day – Manual Handling
- High Pressure Water Jetting
- Hydrostatic Pressure Testing
- Manual Handling Awareness and Practical Application
- National Grid Working Practices
- Pipeline Commissioning
- Sewerage Maintenance
- The Environment
- Thermal Energy from Biomass & Refuse Derived Fuels
- Utility Excavations Specialist Training
- Waste Water Management
Registration on EUSR
Individuals who successfully complete an endorsed training programme will gain an EUSR registration for the programme, which is usually valid for three years.
Find Out More
We are always very happy to offer advice and guidance before you make a submission to have your training programme endorsed. If you would like to talk to us about the service and to find out more about whether it is suitable for you, please contact us by email at email@example.com.