Supporting industry skills development
Since its formation in 2014, The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) has been working on various initiatives to support the industry’s skills strategy. Through the combined resources and expertise of five partners – ECA, Joint Industry Board (JIB), National Electrotechnical Training (NET), SELECT and Unite the Union, TESP has been leading on a coordinated approach to skills development and providing industry and stakeholders with a clear focal point for electrotechnical skills.
Involvement from employers on TESP’s board has also meant we are continually ensuring what’s being developed meets the needs of today’s electrical contractors.
Take a look at the projects we’re involved in under the Our Work section, or click on one of the boxes below…
The Electrical Careers website highlights the wide range of roles, progression routes and opportunities available within the electrical industry. TESP produced this website and also an exciting careers video to feature on the site, which shows the technical and mathematical skills needed to join the industry.
A new labour market report from The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership has estimated that between 12,500 and 15,000 additional skilled electricians will be needed over the next five years to accommodate forecasted growth. Read the full story on our news page and download the LMI report.
TESP has recently completed an exciting project working with NET to develop comprehensive labour market information for the industry. The report provides an up-to-date picture of skills issues, how roles and occupations are changing and considers the impact of new and emerging/specialist technologies.