Brookhouse Training now plays a key role in the company’s recruitment strategy by providing their qualified candidates as work ready employees. In the past month Tojan have employed three on a full time basis, with a commitment to employ more.
Daniel Coleman, Business Manager at Trojan Utilities says: “People are our business and we put a lot of time and energy into ensuring we have the best people working for us.
“Working with Brookhouse Training is a partnership developed through our need for high quality engineers. We know Brookhouse put the time and effort into each and every candidate to ensure they are skilled, knowledgeable and ready for the job.”
James McConnell, Director at Brookhouse Training says: “This is just the beginning of a long strategic working partnership. Around 30 million homes and small businesses will be part of the national switch to smart meters. Vital to the logistical success will be experienced, competent engineers and operational managers; our unique partnership provides that.”
With an infrastructure now established for national operations Trojan’s services include the installation and maintenance of both smart and traditional domestic gas and electric meters.
Brookhouse Training is committed to the Sector Skills Council, Energy & Utility Skills (EU Skills), policy of ensuring our industries have the skills they need now and in the future. The energy and utilities sector is fundamental to the success of the UK economy and a skilled workforce is vital in developing, maintaining and enhancing the sector.
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