The Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR) is the register of training and skills for those working in the energy and utilities industries.
They work with employers, training providers and other stakeholders to support activities such as training and recruitment across the sector.
They develop training standards based on industry best practice and work to ensure that the outcomes of training reflect the requirements of employers and are consistent across candidates.
Some of the schemes developed by EUSR include Utility Excavations and SHEA.
We deliver five EUSR course categories, as well as refreshers. You can book any combination of categories that suits you.
This CAT and Genny short course is designed to give delegates a greater knowledge of how to safely conduct cable avoidance operations.
EUSR stands for Energy & Utility Skills register.
Once you’ve completed and passed an EUSR accredited course you’ll receive a digital EUSR card which you can access from your smartphone.
If you have questions or require assistance, get in touch with us. Our friendly team of experts are here to help answer any queries and provide you with the information you need.
EUSR training is suitable for those who work within the energy and utilities industry. We deliver EUSR accredited excavation courses, categories 1 to 5.
We offer a EUSR accredited courses that can be delivered online and in the classroom by our expert trainers. Find out more here.
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