The Plan.


We aim to improve safety for electricians and other workers in the construction industry. The project is developing an Open Educational Resource with interactive materials, cases for training Risk Assessment, and a large volume of multiple choice questions on work safety.

Online Courses

Learn about safety at work and prepare for a test on safety issues.

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Meet the Safety4El coordinator at Eurocall in Louvain-la-Neuve on August 28th


Kent Andersen will demonstrate how the Safety4El project (Safety4El KA202-2016-016), which is…

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Curriculum Course Guide


The UK partner, Russell Tucker from Bridgwater-Taunton College, has finished the Curriculum Course…

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3rd Multiplier Event.
Due to being a partner in this project, the College must disseminate the materials to companies in the local and national area in order to raise awareness and encourage them to get involved.
The Erasmus+ Team and Paul Cornish; Course Leader, visited City Electrical Factors (CEF) in Bridgwater where they spoke to many of the local businesses about the opportunities of the project and how they can make use of the free resources for their employees.“It was great to visit CEF and to network with all the local tradesmen who were interested in our project.  I would also like to thank all those who work at CEF who were happy to host us for our multiplier event- it was a great success and I am looking forward to hearing the feedback from the businesses now they can start using the resources.” Jon Harding- European Funding & Bid Manager.If you would like to find out more about the Safety4El Project or Erasmus+ in general please follow these links or email erasmus@btc.ac.ukhttp://safety4el.net/https://www.cef.co.uk/stores/bridgwaterImage attachmentImage attachment

3rd Multiplier Event.
Due to being a partner in this project, the College must disseminate the materials to companies in the local and national area in order to raise awareness and encourage them to get involved.
The Erasmus+ Team and Paul Cornish; Course Leader, visited City Electrical Factors (CEF) in Bridgwater where they spoke to many of the local businesses about the opportunities of the project and how they can make use of the free resources for their employees.

“It was great to visit CEF and to network with all the local tradesmen who were interested in our project. I would also like to thank all those who work at CEF who were happy to host us for our multiplier event- it was a great success and I am looking forward to hearing the feedback from the businesses now they can start using the resources.” Jon Harding- European Funding & Bid Manager.

If you would like to find out more about the Safety4El Project or Erasmus+ in general please follow these links or email erasmus@btc.ac.uk

safety4el.net/

www.cef.co.uk/stores/bridgwater
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