As part of an ongoing initiative to strengthen BPEC partnerships, Chief Executive Officer, Neil Collishaw, travelled to the College’s North Harbour Training Centre and met with Plumbing Tutor Jay Darcy.
As an industry leader specialising in qualifications, assessments, training courses and learning materials, BPEC works closely with a UK-wide network of colleges and private training centres. As COVID has driven other providers to reduce service levels, BPEC recently revealed it has been processing certificates in half the time of its 20-working days minimum standard service terms in the vast majority of cases.
BPEC Chief Executive Officer Neil Collishaw said: “Now that we have come out of lockdown, hopefully for the final time, I wanted to speak to principal centres such as Highbury and understand what they need from BPEC going forwards, to ensure we deliver the best possible service based on open communication, immediate response and great products.”
Highbury College has a mutually beneficial working relationship with BPEC that has grown over several years. With BPEC’s expertise and support, the College has become one of the top providers of plumbing training in the country.
Plumbing Tutor Jay Darcy said: “We’ve worked with BPEC for several years to ensure our students and apprentices get the technical knowledge and skills they need. It was great to welcome Neil to North Harbour and we look forward to working with BPEC in the years to come.”
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