Highway Electrical Academy approved training

Since 2010, Westcotec has been a Highway Electrical Association (HEA) approved training organisation.

This means we are able to offer a variety of training courses on site at our Dereham base with an approved trainer.

We provide many more courses – for a full list please contact us

Courses Include

About H.E.A

The HEA represents more than 80 members that manufacture and install traffic systems and highways communications.


Latest news

Westcotec launches new mobile phone detection warning system

Our  new mobile phone detection warning system has been launched . Launched at last week’s TISPOL Conference  www.tispol.org in Manchester, the system has been designed and developed with the assistance of Dr Helen Wells www.twitter.com/roadspolicing , a criminologist  with a specific interest in road traffic offences,driver behaviour and roads policing who is based at Keele University. Early […]

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New School Crossing Signs installed

We have today installed a new type of system for safe movement of school pupils between split sites. Students attending Litcham High school in Norfolk have to cross a road to access their playing field. As there was no existing crossing facility at this location, we have designed, manufactured and installed a system utilising a combined Vehicle Activated 30 MPH roundel […]

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Westcotec support TISPOL Project EDWARD

Traffic Safety Systems company Westcotec is proud to be a supporter of TISPOL’s Project EDWARD . For those of you that don’t know this is an annual event led by the European Roads Policing Network TISPOL with the aim of achieving a European Day Without A Road Death. It is being held on 21st September […]

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Westcotec in Orkney

Westcotec have been working alongside Orkney Council to deliver a road safety initiative on the islands roads A working partnership between Westcotec and Orkney Council was established 18 months ago after a meeting which took place at the Scottish Road Safety Expo. The main criteria of the project was to reduce the speeds of vehicles […]

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