The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) delivers projects to support the industry's skills needs.
We strive to maintain high standards of relevant, valued vocational training; inspire young people to choose electrotechnical careers, support re-training and upskilling, provide useful information about valid career routes and ensure qualifications are robust, rigorous and meaningful. Find out more about our Mission and Objectives
Employer involvement on TESP’s board and engagement with industry employer groups means we continually ensure what’s being developed meets the needs of today’s electrical contractors and those working in the sector.
TESP has developed a series of recommended training routes to provide clear direction on the right paths to becoming a qualified electrician. Hosted on the Electrical Careers website, the routes are designed to educate school leavers, career changers and those looking to upskill within the industry.
Attracting and recruiting talented young people into the electrotechnical industry is essential if we’re to secure a skilled and competent workforce for the future. We need to support schools and colleges so they, in turn, can drive young people towards the electrical industry. Can you light up their imaginations?
With TESP influencing on behalf of the electrotechnical sector to political, industry and educational bodies, we can ensure that any changes to skills strategies are made with employers and their workforce in mind. Take a look at some of our work and achievements, along with our future plans.