If you are an ELECTRICAL CONSULTANT or EMPLOYER of electrical designers consider the following questions:

  • Do you need designers that can perform design for smaller projects?
  • Do you wish your draftsperson/s or new graduate/s could perform some design without a teaching commitment from you?
  • Do you wish to give your draftsperson/s a raise but are unable to justify it?
  • Do you wish to improve productivity in your business?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, eldJournal is the answer to helping your employees be more productive, and your company more profitable. 


As you no doubt know from experience, in an electrical design office a common source for designers may be draftspersons, new graduates or persons from the trade. Unfortunately without considerable training none of these groups can perform the necessary electrical design work for buildings. eldJournal addresses this lack of design capability.   


Designers need to know what they are doing and why. It is often counter-productive to copy a design that has been done before, since rarely is anything exactly the same. A designer needs to know the difference between what was done before and what is required for the new design. There really is no substitute for experience, which is where eldJournal helps. 


As an employer can you relate to the following? A complaint from junior employees that I have often had is that I did not spend enough time with them explaining the details of the design process. In my defense I was busy and there are only so many hours in the day, but the complaint was valid. eldJournal is training and helps address lack of time for training. more....