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About Us
At Mid-Bucks Electrical Training we think small is good. We keep our tutor groups small so that you get the best support in your studies.
Our Facilities
We are a small 'Man cave' in a small estate in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Small but well resourced and rather smart we like to think.
Your Tutor
Hi. My name is Hans-Peter Verhoeven. My friends and colleagues call me H-P. I taught in fE colleges for many years and I am a fully qualified teacher.

Mid Bucks Electrical Training

At MBET we think small is good. We keep our tutor groups small so that you get the best support in your studies. We encourage an atmosphere of informal learning and mutual support and by keeping the groups numbers low you get a bigger slice of us and our time and support.

Rather than just present and deliver we use questioning and discussion and we firmly believe there is no such thing as a silly question. All questions are answered without judgement or comment so that candidates feel safe to ask anything however daft they think it is – usually they are quite pertinent and not daft at all.

Candidates are encouraged to enter into lively discussion and ask questions about their work practices. The tutors enjoy these discussions as they get to talk with candidates who work in specialisations they have not encountered before.


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Inspection and Testing
I had a candidate come in for his 2392 the other week and when I advised him to test his continuity using the Method 2 (wander lead or R2 method) for his assessment…
Continuity Measurement
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Polarity Checks
Polarity is one of those concepts that everyone thinks they understand, but on closer questioning few do, leading to very few electricians understanding why they are testing for it, the consequences of incorrect…