It has been a busy Winter and Spring period for Bachmann Training with a continued expansion of their Marine Electrical Training Courses.
With a number of offshore based marine companies using their facilities, for example, MTU (Rolls Royce) Engines, Fugro Offshore and Britannia Aggregates have taken electrical training courses at Bachmann’s Lee-on-the-Solent based training centre. Business Development Manager Keith Austin said, ‘We are continuing to expand our programme of electrical training courses to meet the demands of the Marine and Maritime sectors and to keep abreast of the latest technological and legislative advances. With many of our trainers having served in the Royal Navy this helps with their understanding of what is required in these specific fields.’
With summer now upon us Bachmann Training will soon be launching an ’18th Edition Electrical’ course certified by EAL, the UK’s leading specialist skills partner and awarding organisation for industry.
Unlike other potential providers, the courses will be based on the final published document and not on early drafts that could lead to wasted time and money.
The company is also signing up to the Social Mobility Pledge and working with Solent Jobs Programme to enable disabled or people with long term health issues get back into work. Due to heavy demand there only some limited spaces available in June for the fully accredited 1 day EAL courses of Basic Electrical Safety and HV Awareness and the 2 day course for Marine Electrical Fault Finding. These remaining spaces are currently available at discounted prices in order to fill.
To book a place on any of them or for an informal discussion please call Keith Austin on 023 9387 7693 or email: email@example.com