In addition to his books he has produced specialised technical training and information packages the first of which was an electrical foundation package on “Safer Working Practices”.
This was accepted by the Domestic Appliance Service Association as “Best Practice” for its members and gained widespread acceptance throughout the industry.
In 1992 it was commended by the European year of Health and Safety and as such can display the European Logo. It also influenced the safety aspects of the new NVQ standards.
In 2002 the HSE launched safety guidance note No 35 which is essentially identical to the Dixon Training ‘Safer Working Practices’ package produced some 10 years previously.
Graham has also been involved as a ‘Technical Expert’ on both the EESTC Technical Certificate Project and the current review of the E&ES Occupational Standards and BBC Television programmes.
As a result of his experience he is in constant contact with the industry at all levels being a key figure in EEESafe ‘Competent Person Project’, contributing to and appearing in BBC television programmes relating to appliance repair and consumer issues.
Attracting candidates from the UK, Ireland and further afield
INCLUDING:Germany, Gibraltar, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates the Falkland Isles and more.
In recent years a number of candidates have entered or started up appliance recycling centres.
Our partnership with EEESafe and specialist in-depth courses are perfect for anyone wanting a career change, re-training or to become their own boss.
(The appliance repair sector has great opportunities with enormous employment and business potential!)