JTL announces new partnership for electrical toolkits and supplies

JTL, the leading training provider for electrical apprenticeships, has announced a new partnership with electrical distributor, Edmundson Electrical, as part of its annual free toolkit initiative.

For the last four years, JTL has been distributing free toolkits to apprentices who are on a qualifying apprenticeship. Edmundson Electrical will be providing the toolkits to apprentices up and down the country, to ensure that every electrical apprentice is equipped for the job in hand.

Edmundson Electrical is the UK’s leading electrical distributor and serves the country from over 250 locations, each carrying a comprehensive stock of equipment and run by friendly, experienced and highly motivated staff. The company is committed to providing a comprehensive unrivalled service and with great attention to quality.

JTL’s chief executive, Jon Graham, said: “Providing a free toolkit to every electrical apprentice during their first year is fundamental to our aim of making every apprentice feel an important part of the profession. We are delighted to be working in partnership with Edmundson Electrical and look forward to developing a strategic relationship over the coming years.

“We would like to thank SuperRod and Klein Tools for their support over the past four years. Providing free toolkits has been an important part of our commitment to the sector”.

Matt Ward, Head of Training & Development at Edmundson said: “We are delighted to be partnering with JTL on this initiative. Edmundson is very focussed on apprenticeships and we see this as a superb opportunity to invest in the industry’s future and support the JTL apprentices at the start of their careers. They are the electricians, and hopefully our customers, of tomorrow”.

 JTL operates a similar scheme for its plumbing and heating apprentices who all receive a free toolkit from Monument Tools.

For more information, visit www.jtltraining.com.

Image – JTL Apprentice of the Year Winner 2019, Myles Nagle, being awarded his prize of tools worth £500 from Edmundson Electrical, by Matt Ward, Head of Training and Development at Edmundson Electrical.

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