Future Leaders Gaining Recognition
In the last issue, we highlighted to readers our unique initiative to develop our industry’s own talent – the BVAA ‘Future Leaders Programme’ (FLP).
To recap, the programme delivers to delegates a unique set of experiences; a comprehensive personal development programme, free BVAA Technical training, a series of ‘hosted’ days at members’ premises (product awareness/knowledge sharing/best practice) and customised visits to industrial centres of excellence, to name but a few aspects.
A key bonus however is that the FLP is rapidly gaining traction and recognition in the wider industry as a hugely desirable programme upon which to place valve industry people with talent and drive. Indeed, a Cohort 3 is already being recruited for 2018, and we have already largely filled the limited places available.
BVAA CEO Rob Bartlett comments, ‘Cohort 2 have met several times over the spring and summer, indeed it is generally necessary to hold a monthly gathering in order to fit it all in! After each session, highly professional Visit Reports are generated by the delegates, to their own CEOs and BVAA’s Board, to illustrate to them the quality and comprehensiveness of not only the days themselves, but also the ways in which the content impacts on the delegates and on how they have benefitted from – and continue to utilise – their training and experiences.
It really is most enlightening. However, as with last year, we are also taking forward ideas on how to improve further the course.
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 43
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- Repair Meeting
- BVAA’s Desktop Exhibition at MW Kellogg
- Dave Martin Honoured
- Flowserve Nuclear Success
- Hardide Coatings develops new coating for titanium
- New Product Announcements Application Stories Company Profiles Industry News: British Valve & Actuator Association
- BVAA ‘Regional Meetings’
- BVAA ‘Mad Hatters’: How far can you go wearing a BVAA Hat?
- Score Peterhead Desktop Exhibition