This week we opened our brand new Gas End Point Assessment Area at our Burgess Hill Training Centre.
This purpose built facility includes five fully fitted assessment bays, and was created from scratch with generous support from partner Worcester Bosch and additional sponsors Anton Industrial, Harvey Water Softeners and S&S Northern.
End Point Assessments will be delivered at the centre by City & Guilds, and at the recent launch event the ribbon was cut by City & Guilds Executive Director David Phillips. He was impressed by what he saw, commenting:
“One of the stand out things about Steve Willis Training is your reputation for quality and to see you invest in End Point Assessments in this way is fantastic.”
Managing Director Steve Willis believes in investing in new facilities like this because everyone benefits:
“It’s been the mission of Steve Willis Training since I started 19 years ago to invest profits back into the business. I want to make sure our learners get the best possible experience."
In future we hope to extend use of the facilities to apprentices studying elsewhere, helping to improve the standard of apprenticeship training and assessment across the South of England.