UZIN continually looks to improve its services, which is evident as the company announces improvements to its training programme.
Space at its current facilities are limited, so it will now start to offer free training at FloorSkills, based in Solihull, near Birmingham.
FloorSkills is Europe’s largest bespoke training centre, covering 800 square metres with over 40 training bays. FloorSkills instructor, Shaun Baston, one of the UK’s leading LVT installers, will also help deliver the UZIN training.
Flooring contractors will also have the option of participating in other FloorSkills courses, such as LVT installation on the days following the UZIN training.
Marc Lawrence, Head of Technical & Product Management, commented: “The move in location will allow us to train more floor contractors more often on our products & systems. FloorSkills is an excellent training facility and has a great team of instructors so we are pleased to be working in partnership together to provide exceptional training.”
UZIN will conduct two training days a month at FloorSkills. Up to 12 people can be trained per day and allows flooring specialists to expand their knowledge and experience.
Those which pass the course will also get 60 points towards the UZIN loyalty scheme.
Visit www.uzin.co.uk or call 01788 530 080 to find out what dates are available. A refundable deposit of £50.00 is also needed to secure a place.
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