Download the Technical Training Solutions 2024 Electrical, Mechanical and Instrumentation Skills Training Courses Brochure


The 52-page brochure for 2024 contains descriptions of all the courses. It also contains dates and prices for the courses.

How to download the PDF brochure:

An electronic version of the 2024 course brochure is available for download here.

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For prices of the courses and the latest available dates at our base in Kent, please click on the Course dates and prices here.

Prices and Latest Dates

For prices and the latest available dates for courses at our base in Kent, please click on the Course dates and prices here.

We update these regularly, but do please call to confirm your choices as the courses fill up quickly.


The following are some of our older brochures dating back to 1984. You can download these pdf files for free. The files are quite large (EETPU Brochures are 1.5MB and 4MB, National College Brochure is 15MB). If you have any old photos, brochures etc that you would like to donate for this historical part of our internet pages then please let us know.

1984 Cudham Hall Brochure: The Brochure from 1984 refers to the origin of the union's technical training in June 1980. This took place in Cudham Hall, a large residential facility near Sevenoaks in Kent.

1989 EETPU Brochure: The Brochure from 1989 refers to training that we provided on the 15th Edition of the IEE Regulations and the (then) new EAW Regulations. Some of the other courses are recognisably similar to our current courses, but the emphasis in the 80s was very much on electronics as this was the emerging technology of the day.

2001 National Engineering College Brochure: The Brochure from 2001 contains courses which resemble our current approach much more. It was at the start of our drive to clarify what the courses would bring by way of clearly-stated objectives, leading to carefully-staged assessments and this allowed the statements of competence that we wanted on the certificates to start to appear. The courses also started to be grouped into our now familiar electrical, mechanical and instrumentation ranges of courses.

Download Pages from the 1984 Cudham Hall Brochure Download the 1989 EETPU Brochure of Electrical and Electronics Skills Training Courses Download the 2001 National Engineering College Electrical, Mechanical and Instrumentation Skills Training Courses Brochure


People in the Photographs: If you think you recognise any of the people in the photographs in these brochures, then you are not mistaken, they really are Shaun, Martin, John and Fred!