As even the most experienced of fabricators can benefit from brushing up on their practical skills and product knowledge, Senior Architectural Systems is inviting its customers to put training in focus for 2020.
Senior offers training support in the fabrication and installation of its full range of aluminium fenestration products and has recently created a dedicated Training Academy at its South Yorkshire head office. From here, Senior is now offering a comprehensive training programme in the use of its popular SF52 aluminium curtain walling system. Senior’s training combines both theoretical and practical elements and is supported by GQA Qualifications; the leading awarding body and the only issuer of CSCS cards for the glass and glazing industry, says the company.
With many main contractors increasingly looking for evidence of competency within the supply chain, product training is an effective way for fabricators to strengthen their position in today’s competitive market and to take advantage of the many supplier agreements that manufactures such as Senior have in place. Senior’s training is also available to main contractors to help them improve their own knowledge of the fabrication process and raise awareness of best practice procedures on site.
Commenting, Senior’s business development manager Tony Powell said: “The product training that we can provide has been specifically developed for busy fabricators and even those that have worked with our systems for a number of years have still benefitted from updating their knowledge. Our sessions cover everything from practical tasks and advice on tooling, to health and safety and current competency. As our training is supported by the GQA, our customers can be sure that the training they are receiving is relevant, effective and of a high quality, and the feedback we have received so far has been really positive. We’re looking forward to seeing more of our customers at our new Training Academy over the coming months.”