Anord Mardix Site Service Engineers are asked to complete a wide range of different Electrical and Mechanical tasks, through varying training approaches, each dependent on the individual's needs or the unique modules set out. This provides the flexibility to ensure each engineer receives the correct training in the correct surroundings.
Through the Anord Mardix training centre, engineers learn in a controlled and safe environment, from providing site acceptance training to secondary injection testing. Controlled training allows fully qualified engineers and apprentices alike the opportunity to be given fresh training in switchgear and panel switchboards, IBAR, circuit breakers, and power distribution units.
Training is then continued on-site, learning in the real world as part of an installation team, delivering, positioning and working on the interconnection of switchgear, as well as any task that cannot satisfactorily be conducted in a classroom-based environment.
To support the controlled and onsite training, Anord Mardix has also established a mentoring system where student engineers can work with a supervisor or technical manager for a number of weeks, assessed against bespoke training modules.