What our clients say – weekly update

We use both traditional and modern methods to train our students to become capable, trustworthy and professional   tradespeople … we teach plumbing, heating and ventilation, gas, electrics, renewables and air-conditioning to people who are getting ready to help construct Britain’s brighter future. We show people of all ages the nuts and bolts of the construction industry, we give them practical on-the-job experience and the opportunity to use the latest in training, including virtual reality.

Yes, we’re very good at what we do  – and so are our qualified students.

Here’s what they have to say


Mr Ryan C.

peter very nice chap he is a guy with lots of field knollage and could explain it very clearly he made the week very easy and run smoothly overall very very happy with the week


Mr Leighton C.

VERY GOOD


Mr David D.

was all good..


Mr Jean K.

Pete was fantastic I wish I have him all the way through and not forgetting Chris what a legend both of them …..


Mr Andrew C.

Tutor and workshop staff were very helpful and the week was very productive and I feel I learn a lot in a relatively short period of time.


Mr Kevin S.

Pete and Chris have both been very helpful and both shared good knowledge of the course practical’s sessions thank you to the both off them its been a pleasure to be here this week many thanks Pete and Chris for your hard work.


Mr Jordan M.

Peter was very patient and explained thoroughly what was needed to be done.


Mr Everton W.

My experience has been tremendous. I am more confident now than when I first started the theory. Thanks Peter and Chris


Mr Paolo L.

Very good teacher thanks


Mr Anthony C.

It was very exciting and the staff… professional and helpful.

thank you.


Mr Jomon M.

TUTOR HAVE EXCELLENT KNOWELDE OF THE SUBJECT.I AM HAPPY TO THIS COURSE IN WATFORD.


Mr Michael H.

The centre staff were all very friendly and courtious.

John Ryan (tutor) was very well versed in the need to get us involved in the manner the exams were structured.

Overall I was given a good week of instruction and training.


Mr Ian T.

enjoyed my week, tutor john ryan very helpfull


Mr Adam B.

tutor was great had a good week learnt lots and had extra support to pass exam vary happy thanks


Mr Parminder S.

James and Mark have been brilliant learnt alot from both. Even some of the basic stuff they really helped me out and cleared a few questions i had. Thank you guys


Mr Andrei B.

friendly staff


Mr Arsene O.

very HAPPY


Mr Charlie B.

overall good week tutor was exellent look forward to second week


Mr Andrew A.

I AM GLAD I CAME HERE MOST TECHNICAL WORD IN PLUMBING BECAME CLEARER AND UNDERSTANDABLE WITH THE HELP OF THE TUTOR.


Miss Lindsey M.

I cant fault the ERR Wolverhampton centre, I really enjoyed my first week.


Mr Scott D.

good training centre.


Mr Kizzito N.

everything about the training center is great


Mr Thomas S.

steve is a top bloke that really knows his stuff and goes above and beyond to help his students


Mrs Jennifer J.

Fantastic as usual.


Mr Timothy G.

Top week


Mr Daniel D.

martin sheriff massive help highly appreciated


Mr Dean F.

Martin was brilliant extremly helpful and dealt with my failed exams excellently


Mr Bryan B.

tutor was very good


Mr Liam H.

Really enjoyed my second week practical. Both in the classroom and workshops.

Looking forward to starting my portfolio and getting back for week 3/4


Mr Andrew H.

GREAT WEEK .THX GUYS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.


Mr Ali M.

Overall I am happy with my second week, Mr Webster is a great teacher and has made me more enthusiastic to pursue this career path.


Mr Alan H.

very pleased previously had Neil as tutor which was good and terry was equally as good and ensured all practical and exams where achievable.

thank you


Mr Stuart F.

a third week at Featherstone and am still very very impressed with how well the centre runs. this place excels I can not praise them enough.

All teachers her have been brilliant and have gone above and beyond on all counts.

Having been involved in training schemes in others subjects I wasn’t expecting much however Featherstone ERR are very well organised and provide a friendly and approachable albeit professional high standard.

I will defiantly be booking at Featherstone for the completion of my level 3 NVQ in due course.


Mr Henryk Z.

Mr.Terry O’Brien is the best tutor that I ever meet. He put the things in simple words, intelligible language for anyone. It can be an example for every coach in the centre.Each exam was preceded by a precise explanation of the topic. He answered every questions and not once explained to the details of the operation of the system. I am very happy with the way in which Mr Terry O’Brien gave me instruction on the task that I work on.


Mr Mark W.

I enjoyed this week and Terry was a great help.


Mr Paul M.

very supportive throughout this week and the course in general, Terry was friendly and helpful


Mr Rodney C.

Couldn’t have asked for a better Assessor, this week.

Whatever help I required, Terry was there to explain everything in simple terms.


Mr Marco P.

I definitely had an excellent week end it up with a great result…

I have to say a big thank you to all my tutors for what I’ve been learning and to the brilliant support I had received

many thanks to all


Mr Ivan C.

Great experience, its all very productive when I come in. Really learn a lot.


Mr Isaac A.

everything about this centre is good


Mr Stanislaw T.

Dave was brilliant at explaining concepts and everything was run really efficiently – another enjoyable week at the centre!


Mr Vincenzo M.

all good snd well organised


Mr Ali A.

My tutor was excellent.


Mr Muhamed H.

Exellent, Nice teaching Thank you!


Mr James T.

Helpful and friendly.


Mr Laszlo C.

As usually week has been good so far, can not say thanks enough for our tutor for the supporting and knowledge what he is passed to me

Go-ahead for three London river crossings

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has outlined his commitment to providing greener and more public transport-focused river crossings in the East and South East of London.

The Mayor has set out a package of new river crossings to be built in the next five to 10 years that will vastly improve travel across the capital, while supporting new affordable homes and business opportunities in East London.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “It’s no secret that London has long needed more river crossings in the east. With new homes and economic growth across East London, it becomes even more important that we deliver new greener transport links that allow Londoners to cross the river quickly and more easily.

“But we don’t want these to have a damaging impact on our environment, and that’s why I’ve reviewed and improved plans for Silvertown Tunnel and why I’m pushing forward with crossings that encourage public transport, walking and cycling.

“As we continue to unlock the massive economic potential of East London, we must secure the very best transport infrastructure that improves the quality of life for everyone living and working in the area.”

Go-ahead for three London river crossings

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has outlined his commitment to providing greener and more public transport-focused river crossings in the East and South East of London.

The Mayor has set out a package of new river crossings to be built in the next five to 10 years that will vastly improve travel across the capital, while supporting new affordable homes and business opportunities in East London.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “It’s no secret that London has long needed more river crossings in the east. With new homes and economic growth across East London, it becomes even more important that we deliver new greener transport links that allow Londoners to cross the river quickly and more easily.

“But we don’t want these to have a damaging impact on our environment, and that’s why I’ve reviewed and improved plans for Silvertown Tunnel and why I’m pushing forward with crossings that encourage public transport, walking and cycling.

“As we continue to unlock the massive economic potential of East London, we must secure the very best transport infrastructure that improves the quality of life for everyone living and working in the area.”

Carillion wins £350m Nationwide contract

Carillion has been awarded a seven-year contract to provide facilities management services for Nationwide Building Society.

This contract is expected to be worth approximately £350 million and has the potential to be extended for a further three years.

The award builds on an existing partnership of nearly nine years during which Carillion has been providing facilities management services for Nationwide.

Under the new contract, which commenced on 1 October 2016, Carillion will provide a wide range of hard and soft facilities management and workplace services for Nationwide’s Headquarters in Swindon, its 15 corporate offices, critical data centres and 700 retail branches throughout the UK.

These services, which will be specifically aligned to Nationwide’s sustainability strategy, will include energy management, risk assurance, asset maintenance, capital works, front-of-house, security, grounds maintenance, mailroom management, porterage and cleaning.

Carillion Group Chief Executive, Richard Howson, said: “Our strong emphasis on delivering sustainable services is also a key differentiator, as both Nationwide and Carillion are focused on responsible business practice that maximises the benefits our operations can have on the communities in which we operate”.

Morgan Sindall gets £7.3m job at Heathrow

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Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Heathrow Airport to carry out £7.3 million of refurbishments and improvements to its infrastructure, runways and stands.

Pre-contract enabling works have been carried out to ensure there is no damage to underground services and the project team has already completed the first phase of the scheme, which involved resurfacing the T5 end of the southern runway.

The runway was re-surfaced with a new polymer modified bitumen (PMB) asphalt, designed specifically for use in airports due to its high strength and resistance to cracking.

The next stage of the project involves working directly in front of the BAE line maintenance base to replace underground stone water-drainage pipes.

The site team is working during the night and has constructed a purpose-built route so that aircraft are able to access the base, ensuring there is minimal disruption to one of the airport’s busiest areas.

The work was awarded to Morgan Sindall due to its place on the Q6 Framework. It is one of four contractors appointed to deliver a £1.5 billion programme of upgrades and improvements at Heathrow Airport by 2019.

Keith Cannin, managing director of aviation at Morgan Sindall, said: “We have a long standing relationship with Heathrow Airport and a track record of successfully delivering this kind of work.

Our site team understand the pressures and considerations involved working in a live airside environment and always take the necessary measures to mitigate interruptions at the airport.”

The work is expected to be complete by the end of 2017 and follows the successful refurbishment and resurfacing of the airport’s Sierra Taxiway as part of a £16 million contract completed last year.