Seasonal savings for local tradesmen

Plumbers and electricians can currently save 20% on the cost of electrical and plumbing short courses at Central Sussex College, helping them to train or update their skills for less.
The seasonal savings on courses booked by 30th January 2013 (excluding AM2) provide a fantastic opportunity to renew qualifications or broaden skills in time for the New Year.
The offer covers a wide range of electrical, gas, oil, plumbing and renewable technologies training delivered at the College’s fully equipped centres in Crawley and Burgess Hill, and also extends to short courses in brickwork, plastering and mobile scaffolding.
Central Sussex College is one of the largest and best equipped training centres in the South East, and has been recognised for excellence in Construction and Building Services, as well as in Engineering. It is proud to be the lead hub for the National Skills Academy (NSA) for Environmental Technologies and is also the only training provider in the area to offer NET Achievement Measurement (AM2) courses and testing.
Dean Wynter, Director of Construction at Central Sussex College, said: “On top of our great 20% off deal, we also want to help anyone wishing to branch out into renewable technologies in the coming months to save money. You can save a massive £250 when you take a Heat Pump Systems course, paying just £400, when booking the Solar Thermal Hot Water Systems course at the same time.”
For electrical installers who may or may not be aware; in summer 2012 City and Guilds made some changes to their electrical qualifications, introducing new courses designed to take the place of the 2400, 2391 and 2392. The replacement courses can also be booked at 20% off the usual price, and there’s a ‘pass or your money back guarantee’ on our 17th Edition course – subject to terms and conditions.
To find out more about the offer, go to www.centralsussex.ac.uk/quidsin or call 01293 453501. Courses must be taken by 31st July 2013.
For further information please visit, www.centralsussex.ac.uk/construction