Training tomorrow’s workforce... today

PUBLISHED: 16:03 27 April 2009 | UPDATED: 23:24 15 June 2010

PGL Training has built up an excellent reputation for quality training to the construction industry. The company goes from strength to strength and is in the process of expanding its already impressive provision.

PGL Training has built up an excellent reputation for quality training to the construction industry. The company goes from strength to strength and is in the process of expanding its already impressive provision. Apprenticeships are available in plumbing, gas, heating and ventilation, electrical, plastering and carpentry and NVQs are available in all the key construction disciplines. In addition, there are many industry-specific short courses to meet regulations in the plumbing and electrical sectors and PGL's gas centre is booked well in advance for assessments approved and accredited to the Gas Safe register (formerly Corgi).

The company is now turning its attention to the recent downturn in the construction trade and is keen to help those who have been affected by the recession either through redundancy or other related difficulties. PGL is able to offer a range of services including initial and ongoing advice and guidance, job search, interview techniques and basic skills workshops. Further developments introduced are vocational tasters and short courses with the aim of allowing clients to upskill or re-train within the industry. Coupled with the organisation's ability to arrange health and safety tests to meet CSCS card requirements, you do not need to look any further for an all-inclusive service.

Please call the Centre on (01392) 437373 for further information.

PGL - training tomorrow's workforce ........... today.


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