Current Standard Electric help local schools and charities to increase their awareness of electrical safety
Current Standard Electric (CSE) has been doing work in the community, especially in local schools, to help educate young people about all things electrical.
Each spring, Buxton Community School invites local business people to talk with the Year 9 students about their jobs and what it’s like to be in that profession.
This past spring, Current Standard Electric met with 2 groups of students at the Buxton Community School to provide them with information regarding working in the field of Electrical Contracting.
They answered a variety of questions the students had about training and education, and about the day to day work itself. They showed them some of the tools they use and how to do some basic testing and inspections on electrical installations. The students showed interest in the talk and enquired about apprentice possibilities.
In addition, over this Summer and Autumn, CSE have been working with Burbage Primary School to help improve their grounds for use by the children as the school develops its Forest School programming.
In the past, CSE have done a presentation to kids at the school describing how electricity works and how to be safe when using electricity.
Recently, they donated some used electrical cables and motion detectors to the coding club at Buxton Community School for them to use with their Arduino control devices.
“We are happy to help with local schools and charities to increase their awareness of electrical safety and help educate kids about careers in the field,” says Dan Rhode, owner of CSE.
Go to CSE’s website at currentstandardelectric.co.uk to contact them for more information.