Studying for an Eastwood Park degree: Alison's experience
We deliver both low voltage (LV) and high voltage (HV) electrical training.
Our facilities enable us to offer relevant practical learning experiences in support of both HV and LV training.
Our mix of courses meet the specific needs of the HV commercial sector, the specific requirements of the MOD as well as the intense demands of high and low voltage in healthcare environments.
Training is available on Competent and Authorised Persons roles as well as safety testing, electrical installations and conversion from mechanical to electrical engineering.
Courses refer delegates to applicable guidance including HTM 06-02, HTM 06-03, BS7671 Section 710 and IEC 60601, 62353 and JSP 375 in order to meet compliance with electrical related legal regulations.
Not just here as a one off...
We'll support you throughout your career with the necessary refresher training to keep your skills and knowledge current, regardless of who you have trained with previously.
Kevin has over 30 years’ experience working in electrical engineering and is currently leading the development of Eastwood Park’s brand new high voltage training facility.
His wealth of experience as an Authorising Engineer, senior engineering and training consultant both in the UK and internationally greatly supports our future electrical training provision. Kevin is a member of IHEEM, IET and the Engineering Council.
Peter Handforth trained as an electrician within the NHS. He has considerable experience as a design engineer and a passion for the delivery of quality training.
Peter delivers the electrical training courses at Eastwood Park. He is an Authorising Engineer for several hospitals and runs his own consultancy specialising in healthcare electrical installations.
Estates & Facilities Management
Stephen Lloyd is leading the development and delivery of Eastwood Park’s estates & facilities management suite of courses.
He has many years’ experience in a number of FM roles in the NHS and operates as an independent estates & facilities management consultant.
Alongside training, Stephen is project coordinator for the building of Eastwood Park’s new training centre.