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General enquiries

Our closest train station is Capenhurst station, approx. 400 metres from EA Technology. Capenhurst station is located on the Chester to Liverpool line, operated by Mersey Rail with services every half hour in each direction.

For visitors arriving by car, please use postcode CH1 6ES.

EA Technology has a number of parking spaces available across the site including 10 EV parking spaces.

Lunch is included for scheduled courses, lunch proformas are issued on the morning of arrival and accommodate dietary requirements.

EA Training offers a range of power engineering courses across schedule courses, managed programmes, bespoke training and qualifications.

All course fees must be paid in advance of attendance or enrolment. Payment can be made at the time of booking direct through the website, via credit card payment link, bank transfer or purchase orders. Invoices are to be paid 30-days from issue date.

Scheduled courses

Please visit our website training.eatechnology.com for all course availability and details.

Confirmation emails are sent to delegates upon booking and joining instruction are issued two weeks before the course start date.

Courses are open to learners living outside of the UK. Please note that all courses are held at our site in Capenhurst near Chester, UK.

A copy of the course slides are issued upon completion of the course.


Candidates can begin the course as soon as the booking is finalised.

There are no formal prerequisites, however, a good level of Maths and English is required.

The City & Guilds Level 2 takes around 12-24 months to complete (and must be completed within 2 years of the start date).

This qualification is not a full apprenticeship but can be used as the theoretical element of an apprenticeship.

There are no specific age groups who attend the course and applicants vary from new entrants to the industry to experienced people wishing to gain a formal qualification.

This will vary according to your industry experience but can be estimated at approx. 15 hours per month.

Course materials are sent out electronically to study from, hard copies of the material can be supplied if requested. The teaching and learning strategy for the course is designed to contribute to the achievement of the learning outcomes. Students will be assigned an Industrial Tutor who will be available by email and pre-arranged telephone sessions. 

There are 4 multiple choice exams and 1 written exam to complete this course.