A fully trained workforce to deliver excellence
Investing in our people has always been a cornerstone of our business.
We believe that as our staff grow within the company, they develop the in-built knowledge of our ethos and how our business functions from the installing process to the decision making positions.
We continue to invest each year in staff development and take apprentices to train within our teams of craftsmen and follow with regular site supervision training and seminars.
Each year we invest in the training of our workforce and take pride in their skills and expertise. It means our clients can be confident that our carpenters and installers will not only be proficient in their trade but will also be able to incorporate previously learned techniques into each new project they work on.
Our workforce are CSCS card holders and meet the requirements of the CSCS – Construction Skills Certification Scheme, the industry standard for occupational competence and health and safety awareness.
Over the years we have invested in the skills required for the future by training new carpentry apprentices who will ultimately help grow our business. We provide them with the on-site experience and practical know-how that will balance their technical instruction. We are proud to have award winning apprentices. We also help train carpentry apprentices in affiliation with Main Contractors own training programmes.
We continue to support our operatives to obtain NVQ2 and 3 qualifications.
Just some of the qualifications
held by our workforce:
- CSCS – Construction Skills Certification Scheme
- Hilti – DX Shot Firing equipment
- CITB Appointed Persons
- CITB Slinger/Signallers
- CITB – Two-day Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)
- NEBOSH – National General Certificate in Occupational Safety & Health
- NEBOSH – National Certificate in Construction Health & Safety
- PASMA – Certificate of Competence
- Paslode Nail Guns – IM250, IM350, IM65
- PAT testing
- TRADA – Fire Door Installers
- Chiltern International Fire – Timber Fire Doors Explained