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Apprenticeship training providers join forces

Building Services Engineering Training (BEST) Ltd has joined forces with The EAS Group (EAS) to support its BSE, electrical and plumbing project management apprenticeship delivery across the UK.

The alliance follows on from an existing and established relationship between the two industry training providers.

EAS will now provide full assessment services for BEST and its advanced apprenticeship frameworks across the full building services engineering sectors offered.

The EAS and BEST partnership follows the government’s on-going commitment to ensuring the highest possible quality of apprenticeship training, and will provide support and guidance for employers throughout the recruitment and training of their apprentices, trainees and operatives.

The companies have also made a commitment into further research and development of training provision to meet the needs of employers, learners and the wider associated industry sectors.

Head of the EAS Group Martin Payne comments: “The combination of both organisation’s independent skills and expertise will not only mean an increased focus on high quality delivery of the existing apprenticeship framework, but will also ensure that our combined expertise and teams are able to work together to develop future qualifications and training programmes for the good of, and of behalf of, the sector.”

BEST CEO Mark Brenner comments: “I very much value this continuing relationship with Martin and his team as we work together to forge new opportunities for people of all backgrounds to develop their skills and competencies within all disciplines of the building services engineering sector.”

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