18th Edition Web

What you need to know about the online 18th Edition

Safeguard your workforce from any shocks! BS 7671 Wiring Regulations – 18th Edition training course Enrol Engaging delegates in the training room can be tough – then add a very dry subject like 18th Edition with no practical work and a trainer who just reads regulation after regulation without much explanation – can be very hard going. That’s why … Read More

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MCP is best in class

Mechanical to Electrical continues to be one of MCPs most popular training programmes. Mainly due to our training acumen: Over 40 years of experience in the maintenance industry Designed by engineers for engineers Three dedicated specialist venues/locations across the UK On-site/tailored training offering delivered anywhere across the world Specialist rig equipment supports the ‘hands-on’ experience … Read More

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Book Mechanical to Electrical Training Reading

How delegates measure up to the test!

Did they measure up to the test? This week delegates arrived at our dedicated Reading Training Centre, to attend the prestigious Mechanical to Electrical Part 1 course. The image below shows them learning how to use a Multimeter by building circuits and testing them. Multimeters are ideal items of test equipment for finding faults. One … Read More

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The 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

MCP, as a major provider of industrial training, offers this overview of the more significant amendments to the 18th Edition Wiring regulations due to be published on 1st July 2018.  Although nearly 15 month’s away it is not too early to review your company’s training, procedures, methods and safety overview. These major additions and amendments are … Read More

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Control & Instrumentation at Reading

MCP’s training department is always busy. Last week, Matthew Reason who has a proven track record of leading and delivering technical training, delivered our Control & Instrumentation Course at our Reading Training Centre. Mathew is an experienced professional trainer and assessor in the design and delivery of Instrumentation, Control Systems and Electrical training. His experience in … Read More

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Should I be more aware of safe isolation procedures?

The answer to this month’s trouble shooter is supplied by John Saysell, head of business development and training, MCP Consulting Group Ltd. Q: Should I be more aware of safe isolation procedures? A: The safe isolation (10-point) procedure was formally introduced initially by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) as part of their AM2 Test (Achievement Measurement Test 2) back in 1985. It was (and … Read More

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IET APPEALS FOR 18TH EDITION FEEDBACK

You have until August 23rd to have your say on the proposed changes to the Wiring Regulations (18TH EDITION). The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is calling on the electrical industry to have its say and influence the content of the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671), following the release of … Read More

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Article in M&E – Root Cause Analysis

Root Cause Analysis If you don’t ask the right questions, you won’t get the right answers, says Peter Gagg, managing director of MCP Consulting Group Ltd. Have you ever taken the time to calculate the cost to your business of equipment failures? Most companies have not or if they have, they do nothing about it. Read … Read More

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