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Addressing UK Security Skills Challenges

26.06.2020, 10:58

Addressing UK Security Skills Challenges

Evolution is expanding the activities of its Training Academy to include elementary training in the maintenance of electronic security systems.

 

More advanced training will also be offered to engineers responsible for maintaining systems manufactured by CCure, Lenel, Kantech, S2 Systems and Honeywell.

 

Louise Gough, HR Manager, says: “We assess the skills levels and knowledge of every candidate when they apply to determine their training requirements, and then create a four-day training programme tailored to their needs.

“The challenge is how do companies attract, train and retain the best talent and one of the answers to that is by teaching engineers best-practice from the start. By subsequently building on those good habits, we create a new generation of engineers who are highly professional, highly skilled, and add real value to the companies they work for and the clients they serve.

“We support engineers with not only the technical knowledge needed to support the demands of current and future systems, but also the ‘softer’ skills that our clients have come to recognise set Evolution apart from the mainstream providers.

“Candidates we seek are naturally inquisitive and engaged,” she says. “That is why our training is constantly updated and refreshed, both to satisfy their own appetite to learn, but also to ensure their knowledge reflects the broad range of skills a modern-day engineer needs to work across multiple departments and teams.”

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