The Standards will be what External Verifiers will work to when inspecting training centres throughout the UK, and will become mandatory by 2015.
Brookhouse Training can already boast a track record in achieving very high standards but now it can claim its training is well above the current required standards. David Dumaresq-Lucas, Director at Brookhouse Training, says: “A robust route to achieve well trained and knowledgeable persons able to undertake safe gas work is what we have always worked towards. We are pleased to announce we are already meeting the new Standards objectives in being fit for purpose for today’s gas sector”.
The new Standards will assess the recognition process for gas training programmes and providers’ infrastructure, scrutinising the organisational leadership, engagement, resourcing, training development and delivery, internal systems, monitoring, and continuous improvement with regular audits to ensure standards are maintained.
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.
Brookhouse Training is the UK’s number one gas, plumbing, training and assessment specialist offering practical learning from within a bespoke state-of-the-