Bradley Peters – Promoted to LV Jointer

Bradley Peters – Promoted to LV Jointer

On the 11th April, Brad Peters completed his LV Jointer trade test with Sean Sheehan.

Brad received great feedback from the Trade Test, completed the works safely and to a high standard.

Congratulations Brad – your promotion is well deserved for all of your hard work and support.

Data Centre World 2023 – ExCel London

Last week, Power Testing Limited had the privilege of attending the 2023 Data Centre World Event in London’s ExCel Centre.

The event allowed Power Testing Limited to build rapport with both existing and new suppliers and partners. #networking

We thoroughly enjoyed the conference programme and exhibition, building valuable relationships.

We would like to thank Data Centre World for putting on a thoroughly enjoyable event and inviting us to attend!

Looking forward to next year!





We are pleased to announce our participation in the upcoming World Cup On Sea Charity Football Tournament taking place on Saturday 20th May 2023.

Following the teams brilliant 3rd place performance at the 2022 World Cup On Sea, the “Power Rangers” will be making another appearance and looking to come home with the winners trophy!

32 local teams will be taking part, and all contributions will be going to HARP, we hope to see you there supporting the “Power Rangers”!



HARP: Helping over 1,000 people every year who are either homeless or at risk of homelessness in Southend-on-Sea. HARP provides short and long-term accommodation, access to confidence boosting training and activities, and crucial support to help local people overcome homelessness for good.  Further information can be found on .

2021 Staff Awards – Power Testing Limited


In July 2022, we held our Annual Company Day including 2021 Special Achievements and our Staff Awards. It gave us a chance to come together as a team and enjoy each others company! 

The day itself was held at Manor of Groves in Sawbridgeworth, where we held the awards ceremony and then proceeded to partake in several Team Building Exercises in a company “Sports Day”


The winners were as follows:

Following our End Of Year Awards, certain Special Achievements such as length of service were awarded:

Congratulations to all of the award winners!

With special thanks to our host Steven MulGatward


Dan Cann – Promoted to Project Supervisor

Dan’s craftsmanship as a Jointer is heralded and he has continued to deliver real quality this year.

Additionally, Dan has also supervised multiple projects in the last 12 months, under some real challenging circumstances but has proven his ability to get the job done and deliver.

Always keen to impart knowledge to his team, Dan is thriving under more responsibility and has proven himself as a great ambassador for the company and a good Supervisor for both the team and the clients. His compassion & relationship building strengths are second to none and these people skills will definitely hold him in good stead is he continues to supervise more Projects in his new role.

Huge congrats Dan on your well earned promotion.

Johnny Bailey – Promoted to Project Supervisor

What a year Johnny has had, thriving after being given additional responsibility in the Projects Department. Johnny has excelled in all areas – from training Bradley Peters, to winning new business, to supervising multiples projects with great results to getting engaged – and came a very close 2nd place in EOTY.

Johnny has demonstrated that he listens to progression feedback & has consistently delivered against his objectives & development plan from last year. Meticulous in his approach, Johnny takes real pride in his work, proven by the copious amounts of pictures and information Johnny has kept for all his work this year.

Proactive and a proven problem solver, the clients and the team love him and the feedback is that he has been a joy to work with. Huge congrats Johnny on your well earned promotion.

Brad Tomlin – Promoted to Team 4 Contracts Engineer


Brad switched to Team 4 last year and has proved great support to both Nick and Lynn, both with onsite operations and assisting with creating and signing off Quotes & RAMS.  Additionally, Brad continues to prove his skills managing people and teams onsite.

After successfully passing his SAP course, Brad is ready to be signed off as an SAP 2.

Brad recently acquired his first sole client in Conrad Energy Services and is doing a great job all around.

So please joining us in congratulating Brad in his promotion to Contract Engineer , where we know he will smash it as he continues to develop and progress his Engineering skills with Nick.

World Cup on Sea 2022 – POWER RANGERS!

World Cup on Sea 2022 

Saturday 21st May 2022 saw The Power Rangers return to the World Cup-on-Sea charity football tournament at Southend United’s home ground, Roots Hall, to raise money for HARP, helping local people overcome homelessness.

After a few weeks of intense training, the mighty Power Rangers Manager, Chris Park, was confident, as was captain Johnny Bailey. There was a real mixture of youth and experience with Brad Manning, Adam Mullinger, Harry Longman, Flynn Burke and Gareth Davies joining Johnny from Power Testing. To bolster our team and make up a well needed 11 players, we enlisted the help of Rob Knight, our team captain from 2019, along with support from a few ‘ringers’:
Reese: Ellie’s Brother and absolutely mustard
Levi & Jamie: Johnny’s mates who row on the pitch more than most couples do when driving
Alex in goal: A diamond find from spaghetti legs Harry

The team arrived at 8am full of optimism and enthusiasm for what the day may bring and hoping to beat our 3rd place finish in 2019. After team inductions and a team talk from Chris, came the long wait until the Power Rangers first match at 10.40am. This gave our vocal supporters in the shape of Tiff, Lynn, Ellie, Dylan, Jay, Zoe and some family members the chance to take their seats.

The first group stage match was a great start with a 3-1 win and goals from Johnny, Levi & Brad, with most players getting time on the pitch to warm up.

The second group stage at 11.20am saw a massive 5-0 win with amazing goals scored by Harry x 2, Adam, Jamie & Levi. Gareth also made a brief guest appearance on pitch, marshalling the back line.

Our final group stage match at 12.40pm and saw us go up against some tough competition in Central FX, knowing a draw would guarantee top spot and progress to the last 16 due to our superior goal difference. This was the most challenging game so far with some outstanding saves from both sides & tackles flying in. After going 1-0 down early on, the Power Rangers showed their resilience, battling back to earn a 1-1 draw, with Harry finishing off a lovely team move.

The games were coming thick and fast now with our last 16 game kicking off 10 minutes after the completion of our group stage. We were up against the tournament’s organisers and chosen charity, HARP, knowing that only a win would guarantee Power Testing’s path to the quarter finals.

We cruised into a 2-goal lead and then missed a hatful of chances to extend the lead, which gave HARP and their boisterous support hope. The match soon turned into a classic, with HARP clawing their way back into the match. It was a real seesaw of a game, which saw us continue to score but also concede at an alarming rate. We were never behind in the game but every time we thought we had put them to bed, they kept coming back. Eventually, we built a 6-4 lead and although we conceded again in the final few seconds, we did enough to progress to the Quarter Finals, with Harry showing silky skills and prowess finishing again and Johnny being his combative self in the middle of the park.

There was just enough time between matches to recover and regain focus, with Chris providing fluids, gels, and protein to aid recovery and a couple of players sneaking off for a hog roast roll!

The Quarter Final commenced at 13.50pm and from the outset our opponents were in it for the win, with hard tackles and some verbal altercations with the ref. We courageously stood up to the challenge but a knee to the leg put Johnny out of the competition, which was a massive loss following his great leadership role throughout the tournament. The game ended 0-0 and it was time for the penalty shootout. After 7 successive spot kicks for both teams, with the opposition doing everything they could to put our kickers off, Alex saved one from their star man. This left Reece the opportunity to score the winning penalty. He smashed it in – and lucky we didn’t celebrate as the opposition complained to the ref that he had taken a 2-step run up instead of one step. Reece held his nerve to finish off his retaken penalty and send us through to the Semi-Finals – much to the annoyance of the opposing team.

After a short break it was time for the semi-final against strong looking challengers – and the same team that knocked us out at the same stage 3 years ago. Still reeling from the previous match, The Power Rangers used every ounce of energy they had remaining but were finally undone by 3 goals scored in quick succession halfway through the game. We managed to snatch a last-minute penalty but conceded again shortly after, with the game ending in a 4-1 loss.

Overall, the day was a remarkable success, with over £24,000 raised online between the 32 teams, in addition to any funds raised on the day, with over £700 being raised by Power Testing. Again, we reached the semi-finals out of 32 teams, with a rag tag team with limited training – so will be looking to go even further next year with hopefully some old faces back in the team.

We would like to say a massive thank you to the event organisers, the charities, the Power Rangers Team, those that came to support on the day & of course thank you to everyone who donated.
And here’s to next year – where the Power Rangers aim to improve on 3rd place and ‘Bring it Home’!

Jay Harvey – Promoted to LV Jointer

Big congrats to Jay Harvey, who has been promoted to an LV Jointer following successfully completing his trade test following an assessment by Sean. Jay undertook 2 x 95mm LV straight joints to a high standard. In the process, Jay has broken the Power Testing record for the quickest time it has taken for someone to come out of their traineeship – 9 months, which is testament to his quick learning and will to develop. Continue the great work Jay.