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Specialist mechanical safety courses for AP's, Healthcare and Defence
Develop Training provide a range of mechanical safety courses that replicate the latest methods and practices in mechanical engineering, ideal for Authorising Engineers, Authorised Persons, Competent Persons and Mechanical Engineers. Specialist mechanical training is also available for the Defence and Healthcare sectors, meeting the most up to date legislation outlined in the Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) and Joint Service Publication (JSP's).
Mechanical AP training covers topics relating to boilers and pressure systems, petroleum and mechanical engineer training as well as the wider range of mechanical training courses in boiler house management, FGas and pressure systems.
Multi-skilled mechanical engineers
Develop Training provide options for engineers to gain multiple skills across different disciplines, through conversion based training solutions including electrical to mechanical conversion and mechanical to electrical conversion. Skilling your engineers in this way can help with managing workforce planning to a tight budget.
Safe systems of work
We have experience in helping clients create safe systems of work policies, where they are not already in place. In some cases, the successful completion of individual mechanical training units may be used as evidence to support the completion of different award schemes.
Practical, hands on training courses
Mechanical safety training is delivered at purpose built mechanical engineer training facilities, based on real life working environments and provide practical, hands on experience on the latest mechanical equipment. This provides learners with the platform to enhance and grow their skills throughout the course of their career. Courses can also be delivered through Develop Trainings open programme of mechanical safety training courses or onsite at your premises.
Mechanical engineer courses can be tailored to your companies own policies and/or safe systems procedures.
Understanding pressure systems for compliance
Mechanical services such as pressure systems can cause serious injury and damage if health and safety rules are not followed. Companies risk heavy fines and reputational damage if incidents occur.
It is vital that employers understand their duties and responsibilities, and have the correct systems and procedures in place, to ensure the safety of those operating and maintaining pressure systems and other mechanical services.
Developing competence in-house ensures that safe working policies and written systems of examination can be tailored to your individual equipment and process requirements and any sector-specific regulations, while still meeting professional standards.