Glow-worm partners Welsh council in training

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Getting an insight into training being provided for engineers and apprentices in Ceredigion in Wales in partnership with Glow-worm are, from left, Dafydd Jones of Ceredigion Training, Councillor Fred Williams of Ceredigion Council, Ian Lawley of Glow-worm and Cabinet Member Councillor Eurfyl Evans.As part of the process of upgrading over 2000 homes to high-efficiency boilers, Ceredigion County Council and its training section, Ceredigion Training, are partnering boiler manufacturer Glow-Worm in a new training centre. Glow-worm is supplying high-efficiency boilers and cylinders for the authority’s domestic heating engineers and the county’s NVQ apprentices to receive practical hands-on tuition and assessments. Senior council officials, housing maintenance managers and council chairman Fred Williams visited the centre on special open day to promote its progressive stance to the whole concept of training its own engineers and apprentices. March08, 88
As part of the process of upgrading over 2000 homes to high-efficiency boilers, Ceredigion County Council and its training section, Ceredigion Training, are partnering boiler manufacturer Glow-Worm in a new training centre. Glow-worm is supplying high-efficiency boilers and cylinders for the authority’s domestic heating engineers and the county’s NVQ apprentices to receive practical hands-on tuition and assessments. Senior council officials, housing maintenance managers and council chairman Fred Williams visited the centre on special open day to promote its progressive stance to the whole concept of training its own engineers and apprentices.
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