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TTE to host hazardous area training event

Posted 21st May 2015 By TTE Press Office

The TTE Technical Training Group is hosting a CompEx Breakfast Event for engineers, technicians and people managing working in hazardous and explosive environments.

Taking place on Tuesday 9 June between 8.30-10.00am, the free event at TTE’s training centre in South Bank, Middlesbrough will highlight the range of training programmes available to achieve the recognised competencies required to work in potentially hazardous locations.

CompEx is the global competency scheme of choice for major oil, gas and chemical companies and validates core competencies of employees and contract staff.

TTE is an accredited CompEX training provider with extensive experience in delivering electrical installation and maintenance training in the UK and around the world.

It has invested in specialist CompEx facilities, which contains mechanical and electrical equipment designed specifically to support technicians during these programmes.

As part of the event guests will have the opportunity to tour the facility and take part in practical demonstrations followed by question and answer session with TTE’s experienced training personnel.

Alan Wallace, TTE’s UK & Europe Technical Training Manager, said: ‘The successful completion of CompEx courses can expand the career opportunities for technicians and engineers by enabling them to work safely in hazardous and potentially explosive environments. This event will provide a good introduction to the significance of CompEx units in safety-focused industries alongside the need for technicians to continually update their skills and competencies.’

To reserve a place at the event call 01642 770310 or email info@tte.co.uk