Electrical training provider powers ahead with new appointments31/01/2017
The Faraday Training Group has strengthened its team with the appointment of new lecturers David Jameson and Alan Jones.
David and Alan have joined the company to provide a range of electrical power training to clients in a variety of industries including oil and gas, marine and offshore, engineering and construction, chemical, government and the public sector.
Alan Jones has joined The Faraday Training Group with vast industry experience, which includes 13 years working in the underground electric sector. He also spent more than 13 years at The Technical Training Group (TTE) where he held roles such as electrical trainer and co-ordinator, in which he was in responsible for overseeing electrical apprentices.
Alan holds several industry qualifications including PAT Test Management and 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, as well as a BA (Hons) Education from Teesside University.
David Jameson, a time served electrician, brings with him in-depth industry knowledge, having previously worked as a ground electrical technician in the RAF for more than 20 years and as a Compex instructor at TTE, where he held posts as an instructor, trainer and assessor.
David boasts numerous industry qualifications including HNC Electrical Engineering, A1 Assessor Award and a PGCE.
Barry Thomas, managing director of The Faraday Training Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome David and Alan to the team, both of whom bring a wealth of invaluable expertise to The Faraday Training Group which is strengthened by their practical industry experience.
“We pride ourselves on recruiting lecturers who can deliver exceptional training and I am confident that both David and Alan will provide this to our delegates, and will prove to be key members of our team as we continue to develop our service provision.”
Alan Jones, lecturer at The Faraday Training Group, said of his appointment: “It’s exciting to be joining a company with such a strong industry reputation for delivering high quality, specialist electrical training.
“I am looking forward to utilising my wide-ranging experience and becoming an integral part of the team.”
David Jameson, lecturer at The Faraday Training Group, said: “The Faraday Training Group offers the highest quality electrical power training to a whole host of sectors, from oil and gas to marine and offshore.
“I look forward to applying my years of experience to provide a diverse range of clients with the training and practical experience they themselves or their engineers require to be able to successfully and competently carry out their duties.”
The Faraday Training Group has also launched four new courses this month as part of its expansion of electrical training services, this includes the introduction of three new EAL low voltage courses and Up Skilling, a course which aims to upskill mechanical and non-electrical technicians to the point that they are electrically competent.