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Kilmac - February Training and Development

Posted on March 3, 2022

Kilmac is committed to ensuring that all staff have access to learning, development and training opportunities which enable them to be suitably knowledgeable and skilled to carry out their role within the Company, and to develop their talents in ways that fit with the Company’s development to meet its strategic objectives.

Kilmac considers it appropriate to base training and development opportunities on the requirements of the business. Therefore, decisions about investment in staff training and development will always be made having regard to the needs of the business as well as the staff member’s individual needs.

Kilmac believes that effective training and development benefits the individual and the company as a whole, and contributes to the achievement of Kilmac business objectives.

These benefits include:

  • High standards of work performance
  • Greater understanding and appreciation of factors affecting work performance
  • Effective management and implementation of change
  • Building strong and effective teams
  • Increased motivation and job satisfaction for individuals
  • Professional development

Kilmac - February Training and Development Achievements

Over the month of February, various employees of Kilmac completed and achieved CITB accredited courses.

On behalf of everyone at Kilmac, we would like to congratulate the following employees for their achievements:

Adam Daughters

Adam sat his First Aid at Work Requalification with St Andrews First Aid. Well done Adam!

Niall Stirton

Niall completed the IPAF 3A & 3B course to operate Scissor Lift/Mobile Boom with Nationwide Platforms in Dundee. The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) PAL card is accepted and recognized as proof of MEWP operator training throughout the world. Well done Niall!

James Wilson

James sat his SMSTS refresher therefore fully qualified for another 5 years, well done!

Gary Perrie

Gary started with Kilmac in 2021 and we are delighted that Gary has now completed his CSCS Operatives course. Throughout Gary's time, Gary has assisted our Stores Manager with various tasks and with having the CSCS card will enable him to work on sites now. Great achievement Gary, we can't wait to see what you accomplish next.

Garry Nicholson, Declan Hutt, Chris Lochrane, Mike Green and Norrie McLeod

Kilmac introduced a new course and the above employees were the first to complete the course. NPORS N403 Vehicle Marshall will now over write our unaccredited Plant and Vehicle Marshall where each squad with Kilmac will now have an accredited NPORS N403 Vehicle Marshall. Well done to all!

Kilmac believes that effective training and development benefits the individual and the company as a whole, and contributes to the achievement of Kilmac business objectives.

Good luck to all sitting new and refresher courses in March 2022.

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