We actively promote and encourage customer training.
Training is the first line of defence when it comes to ensuring correct and reliable operation of your performance-critical equipment.
DISTANCE LEARNING IS THE EASY WAY TO TRAIN YOUR STAFF NO MATTER OF LOCATION
We understand that arranging schedules for staff to attend traditional classroom based training can be disruptive and sometimes not very feasible so we are introducing our NEW Distance Learning packages to make training even more accessible wherever your staff are based.
Distance Learning will help underpin the development of more staff and help you demonstrate improved competence levels within your organisation at a lower cost and can fi t it in around your staff availability.
The training will be delivered primarily through online methods, such as webinars and video conference and will also involve 1:1 coaching and feedback sessions directly with our Technical Support Team.
There will be tests to demonstrate learning and certificates of achievement will be awarded to all those that successfully complete the training.
DISTANCE LEARNING ALLOWS YOUR STAFF TO BE TRAINED WHEREVER THEY ARE.
AT YOUR LOCAL OFFICE / FACILITY…
…A REMOTE LOCATION…
…OR AT HOME
“Peter Brotherhood’s training has increased my technical knowledge and has also been a refresher in my operational duties.”
Distance Learning courses available
Reciprocating Gas Compressors
If you would like to register your interest for further details on Peter Brotherhood Distance Learning, please provide your details below
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Technical Support Team on +44 (0)1733 292200.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Peter Brotherhood offices, Peterborough
A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE
Peter Brotherhood is a world leader in designing, manufacturing and servicing steam turbines and turbine generator (TG) sets up to 40MW. We have thousands of steam turbine installations in more than 100 countries.
We conform to the stringent quality assurance standard ISO 9001:2008 and the environmental management standard ISO 14001:2004 as well as the Occupational Health and Safety Management System OHSAS 18001:2007.