Topping up Training
Training can improve business performance, profit and staff morale
Reasons for implementing training can include:- - To “benchmark” the status of improvement.
- As part of an overall professional development program.
- As part of succession planning to help an employee be eligible for a planned change in role in an organization.
- To ensure employees have all the information needed to fulfil their role.
Whatever the reason is for training, the BVAA offers a range of courses to suit different levels from beginners, with little prior knowledge, up to advanced levels for the seasoned valve expert.
The newest BVAA staff members (Laura Martin and Ellie Davies), were recently enrolled onto the ‘Introduction to Valves’ course as complete valve novices and became fully up to speed on the five main types of valve including the advantages, disadvantages and variations of each.
The training facility at BVAA HQ is spacious and well equipped to deliver to a large number of attendees, however the training courses can be delivered in-house to suit the needs of your business.
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Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 47
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