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Training provider opens doors to promote skills in energy sector

17th July 2018
Alex Lynn

Construction and utilities specialist Develop Training (DTL) is opening the doors of its Midlands and Scotland based centres throughout July to promote skills in the energy sector. The company, which is a strong advocate for greater investment in training and apprenticeships by industry and the government, is running three open days in Derby and Linlithgow near Edinburgh.

The free to attend events are designed for organisations with an interest in training for gas, mechanical and electrical engineering, smart metering, mechanical and electrical engineering training.

Open day visitors will be given a tour of the company’s facilities in Derby and Linlithgow with live demonstrations of the company’s control rig, medium pressure apparatus and smart metering equipment.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to give their views on the content of DTL’s extensive range of training courses in gas/energy.

There has reportedly been strong interest in the events already from DTL’s customers, who include household names in the utilities and construction sector, with spaces filling up quickly.

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