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23 June, 2006 - 09:27 By Staff Reporter

Building contractor implements workforce-wide training

Suffolk based mechanical and electrical contractor, Bower Fuller, is halfway through a programme that has seen a wide range of training and development being delivered to very nearly 100 per cent of its staff. Suffolk based mechanical and electrical contractor, Bower Fuller, is halfway through a programme that has seen a wide range of training and development being delivered to very nearly 100 per cent of its staff.

Around 75 staff are employed by Bower Fuller based at their Ransomes Europark office and on construction sites throughout East Anglia.

This positive approach to personal and professional development of individual staff has been introduced by Bower Fuller’s MD, Robin Green.

He said: “I have received some very good training over the years and wanted to ensure that my team received the same opportunities. As a business, we also have to ensure that the skills that the staff possess are as up-to-date and as broad as possible.”

The training initiative covers a multitude of skills from first aid, to erection of access towers, to an HNC in project management being undertaken by Trevor James on a distance learning basis from the Lauder College in Scotland.

Also, contract law and development courses are being run for engineers at various stages of their career with the company.

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