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Practical timber training courses programme extended

  • 21 Jul 2015

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The courses build on the success of its training sessions, which were introduced in 2014; these attracted a wide range of delegates, including contractors, merchants and timber workers.

The new programme includes two level of training – introductory and intermediate – and covers a wide range of timber subjects.

Training on the road

For the first time, BM TRADA will be holding sessions in three locations – Edinburgh, Leeds and London – for its introductory softwoods and hardwoods, and panel products courses.

Each course includes both practical and theoretical aspects suitable for all staff, regardless of whether they work on the shop floor or as director.

Introductory courses will be run in the morning and afternoon. These will cover: engineered timber products; panel products; timber in exterior uses; timber in fire; general timber; and introduction to hardwood and softwood.

The intermediate courses will only be held at BM TRADA’s High Wycombe headquarters and will take place over a day.

Subjects covered include: timber frame construction; hardwoods; softwoods; timber in exterior uses; engineered timber products; wood based panels; Chain of Custody; and timber fire doors explained.

For further information or to book a place, download a training brochure and application form, click here

Exova BM TRADA,
Chiltern House,
Stocking Lane,
Hughenden Valley,
High Wycombe,
Buckinghamshire,
HP14 4ND

Visit Exova BM TRADA's website

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