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Training courses index
Posted by mike_halliday (mike_halliday), 15 October 2003Dereks post got me thinking, it would be a good idea if their was some sort of central register of all the training courses that are taking place.
I often hear of courses too late to book. I know that the Nat' flood school, NCCA, Premier products, Alltec, plus lots more all hold training courses, its a pity there can,t all be listed in the same place
might be a good admission to this website
Posted by Scots_cleaner (Scots_cleaner), 16 October 2003
Thats fine for all you fine chaps down south.
The problem i have is thier is a shortage of training in scotland, i called prochem they said they shall not be doing one in scotland until 2005 !!!!!
Whats that all about ?
Im a growing company and rather than spend my time training i wanted to send one of the lads on a course,
and to make matters worse ive just bought another powermax with in-line heater.
anyway good idea but remember us up north.
Posted by Mike_Boxall (Mike_Boxall), 17 October 2003Hi Mike
A list of training courses sounds good to me - maybe we could have a seperate section. What do other members think to this?
Posted by Londoner (Londoner), 21 October 2003I think its a great idea.
Posted by acleanerplace (acleanerplace), 21 October 2003this would be a great idea
well done whoever thought of it
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 21 October 2003Hi
I have spoken to the NCCA and they are currently arranging next years courses... as soon as they are available I will post them here
Posted by peewa (neil 47), 21 October 2003another great idea things just seem to get better on this forum thanks
Posted by chrisw (chrisw), 23 October 2003Great idea, as long as whole uk is covered.
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 23 October 2003Hi Chris
Sorry mate but we have banned any training taking place in Peckham!
Posted by chrisw (chrisw), 23 October 2003That's OK Derek, Trotters & their TM have the area sewn up
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