Investing In Apprentices

Training for the future. This week is Tata Steel’s UK apprentice training week at Zulu Joint Integrity and Trainings Bridgend training centre. We often see the oil & gas, petrochemical and chemical industries lead the way in mechanical joint integrity of bolted joints in hazardous pressurised systems so it’s always fantastic to see the steel industry embrace the subject matter. It’s a no-brainer… competent workforce, no leaks, no environmental incidents, no accidents, no delays in plant start up… The bar was set high with yesterdays learners achieving 100% ✅ in our written test and practical assessment. These young men and women are the future of UK industry and we are very proud to support them and the giant Port Talbot Steel Works.
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Helping to prove competency…

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

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