Training centre opening will encourage skills development, Reynaers says
Published: 17 September, 2015
Reynaers this summer opened a new training centre in Halesowen, allowing both practical and theoretical training, ensuring that its products are installed to a high standard, the company says.
Not only will the training centre enable people in the trade to learn more about the vast range of aluminium systems available, it will also help them to develop their skills, Reynaers says.
The centre is home to a classroom and a large workshop with punch tools, saws and an assembly table.
Training courses comprising six modules are available to both current customers and those who are new to Reynaers. These include product awareness and familiarisation, ReynaPro software training, fabrication training as well as site and installation training. Content can also be tailored to the individual’s specific requirements on request.
Reynaers has seen growing demand for training courses due to the introduction of several new products, the company says, including the ultra-slim frame sliding door Hi-Finity. Other products covered include curtain walling, aluminium windows and bi-fold doors.
John McComb, Reynaers’ technical director, said: “We’re celebrating 50 successful years this October and we believe this latest investment is a fitting way to thank our loyal customers for their support.
“We have enjoyed steady growth for many years and much of this success is due to the strong partnerships we’ve developed with fabricators and installers. This is just one of the ways in which we’re investing in these partnerships and paving the way for continued future growth.
“We are committed to ensuring and maintaining quality and will have set product courses available on key products – as well as being able to tailor training to our customers’ needs.”