Bachmann receive recognition from MNTB
The Merchant Navy Training Board Centre Recognition scheme provides independent verification for ‘best in class’ training centres, whilst also serving as a valuable quality improvement process in its own right.
To achieve recognition, a centre must meet a detailed series of good practice criteria set by the MNTB, whilst also being an institution capable of providing effective training that meets identified industry needs.
The scheme is ISO9001 accredited and has the full involvement and support of the UK Chamber of Shipping, the trade association for the UK shipping industry.
BACHMANN TRAINING AWARDED COURSE RECOGNITION FOR THE DELVERY OF
TWO OF THEIR ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING COURSES.
BACHMANN TRAINING has successfully developed two electrical safety training programmes that will highlight the dangers of working with electricity. With a third programme currently under review, their gold standard programmes will deliver quality training to raise safety standards for those working with electricity.
Bachmann Training Business Development Manager Keith Austin said;
“With Bachmann Training now carrying the MNTB stamp of recognition on two of its Electrical courses, the Marine Industry should now be aware of the high standards of Electrical Training being offered by this Training Centre.
It is expected that these courses will fulfil the need for quick,
quality upskilling that so far has eluded many companies. It should also
comfort the Industry to know that the MNTB has recognised the very high level of quality training,
procedures and delivery being implemented by Bachmann Training. The result of
this quality training? Course attendees’ skills are enhanced to the benefit of
all to create a safer, more professional working environment”.