PRLog - Sep. 14, 2011 - Robert Camilleri, Managing Director of Cardiff based Profix Construction, and his team picked up their official Training Partnership certificate from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) headquarters, marking the start of a £150,000 investment in its skilled labour force across South Wales.
CIOB presentation Profix team
The training fund has been put together with the help of Skills Growth Wales grant funding and company profits from the previous year. Profix have been working towards rolling out a company wide training programme for the past eight months receiving expert advice from CIOB and the Welsh Government’s Skills Growth Wales programme.
Robert explains, “We are a fast growing company in a niche market and want to stay at the very top of our game. To do that we need to ensure that our workforce are happy, productive, fully trained and at the top of their game. We also want to attract the best talent to come to Profix. This training programme is a hugely important part of our growth plans”. In a letter confirming Profix’s acceptance as an official Training Partner CIOB chairman Chris Blythe said, “During these difficult times, it is heartening to know that Profix Construction is committed to assisting staff to achieve their full potential through training and development”
The training programme will included a range of courses and qualifications with individual team members also receiving one to one development interviews and advice. Courses will range from management courses to advanced craft, available to all employees from the directors to the skilled trades people.
Image attached: Lee Jenkins, Gavin Smith, Robert Camilleri of Profix Construction, Chris Blythe, Chairman Chartered Institute of Builders and Kevin Davies Profix Construction
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Notes to Editor
Profix Construction are specialised in emergency repair and building restoration.
Profix have recently moved premises is converting a unit in Cardiff Business Park, the 3000 sq ft unit will house the main office, training room and equipment.
The team is built on a skilled labour force and an experienced surveying team. Profix covers across the South Wales, including Pembrokeshire, through to the boarder counties and the South West.
Profix have been confirmed in this years Fast Growth 50 list with their impressive record of growth since 2008.
Currently they employ 45 full time employees and have plans to recruit more skilled trades throughout the year.
Profix have a policy of not subcontracting works, unless a specialist requirement, so each job is kept to the high standards and control that Profix operate to.