Helpful Websites

The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) 

TESP strives to maintain high standards of relevant, valued vocational training; inspire young people to choose electrotechnical careers, support re-training and upskilling, provide useful information about valid career routes and ensure qualifications are robust, rigorous and meaningful.

Electrical Training Routes

Take a look at the routes to becoming a qualified electrician whether it’s via an apprenticeship or another path.

When you’re researching electrical training courses – please take our advice!

Some training providers sell courses that don’t fit with what the industry would class as ‘qualified’. You could spend thousands and end up being out of pocket with qualifications that are not recognised by the electrical industry and do not give you the full range of skills needed.

We want to help you avoid these ‘Rogue Trainers’ – training providers that are more concerned with taking your money than giving you the right qualification.

Contact the consumer helpline

Contact the Citizens Advice consumer helpline if you need more help with a consumer problem.

This will include anything to do with a product or a service that you have brought, they can assist you with relevant laws that you may need to know.

Online trading scams

Find out how online trading scams work, how to avoid scams and what to do if you are scammed.

UK consumers are being increasingly targeted by investment scams carried out via online trading platforms where fraudsters offer trades in foreign exchange, contracts for difference and crypto assets such as bitcoin.

How to complain

When applying for a loan, it's crucial that the affordability is correctly filled out or have you been sold a product or service and the original company, and the finance company are refusing to listen?

Bringing a complaint to us is straightforward and won't cost you anything. Find out how you can make a complaint to us about a financial business.  

Data protection complaints

Find out what you can do next if you've had a problem accessing your personal information or you are concerned about the way an organisation is handling your personal information.

If you submit a complaint to the ICO you’ll need to provide them with the following information:

Reporting fraud and cyber crime

You can report fraud or cybercrime to Action Fraud any time of the day or night using our online reporting tool. Reporting online is quick and easy. The tool will guide you through simple questions to identify what has happened and our advisors are available twenty four hours to give you help and advice if you need it.

Free subject access requests

You should send a subject access request to find out everything an organisation knows about you, and what they're doing with it. When you know what companies have recorded about you and are using, you can take action, like telling them to delete it if you want to.

I think I've been scammed

You can report suspected scams or fraud by filling in the form below. We resolve issues directly where possible, but where we can't we will pass them to one of our partners in UK Gov or law enforcement.

Business information for Corporate Risk

Endole brings the best of software and data together to achieve a new standard of business intelligence.

This website is absolutely essential for finding out information about a company, its past history and current owners. You can use this to make sure that everything is what it seems. 

Get information about a company

You can get some details about a company for free, including: