The aim of the PAT Testing Network is to raise standards within our industry; a group of people all with similar concerns, got together a few years ago to try to find a solution to problems like ‘corner cutting cowboys’ who put lives at risk, the result was the PAT Testing Network.
As an association of people involved in the industry we are making great strides in being heard; we have regular meetings with authorities including the UK Government.
Our work takes time and costs money, and everyone involved is a volunteer using their own time and money, so in order to raise funds we provide networking opportunities for people within the industry as a thank you for their support.
All our members have access to an exclusive online group where they can chat, share problems and good practice and we also run annual member events.
About our members
Our members include people who have been involved in the industry since it began to people who have just completed a course, in fact some of our members don’t even do PAT full time, but have other jobs that require them to do PAT testing or arrange contractors.
Our members include representatives from Seaward, Meggar, Simply Pats, Pat Labels Online and Britannia Calibration.
Whatever your reason for needing a bit of help and support the PAT testing Network is here to help you.
All new members are sent a Welcome Pack including Membership Certificate have access to exclusive money off discounts and can have their own profile on the website if required.
We all have standards
The PAT Testing Network assumes that its members will have good standards in the way they operate; the fact that a person joins us suggests they want to be part of something bigger, and one assumes that someone like that will have standards. The PTN operates a Working Standards document and expects its members to operate to those standards as a minimum requirement.
Membership to the PTN costs less than 50p per week. To join you pay just £30.00 then £30.00 on the 12-month anniversary to retain your membership status. If you have heard enough and are ready to join the only networking group for PAT testers sign up here today.
That’s Not PAT testing
Check out our first published video, below, about not PAT testing correctly which was made to help show our customers how some less reputable firms may operate.
The PAT Testing Network – Raising Standards through networking