Zulu Joint Integrity and Training Ltd, a Phoenix Technology Group company welcomed Richard Lake of JES Group, Port Talbot who attended the BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment course.
Zulu’s joint integrity training & assessment programmes allow learners to participate in theoretical knowledge as well as practical assessment to industry approved joint integrity qualifications and standards such as ECITB MJI10 or BS EN1591-4:2013.
A learners competency can be based on prior learning, current task experience in the field as well as qualifications and skill set.
Achieving a HNC or even an engineering degree does NOT make an individual competent in making bolted joints in high hazardous areas – by gaining joint integrity qualifications in the relevant field WILL help prove competency. Competence is a measure of both proven skills AND proven knowledge.
For further information regarding our joint integrity courses, apprentice training programmes and other vocational assessment services, contact our team;
Tel: 01246 209680