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Training course success for Terex

Institute of Quarrying pilot training programme voted an overwhelming success by Terex Materials Processing

TEREX team members from the company’s Omagh, Dungannon and Coalville facilities, in conjunction with the Institute of Quarrying, have recently completed a very successful pilot training programme: ‘An Introduction to Aggregates, Crushing and Screening’.

The six-month programme used the Institute of Quarrying’s new blended learning route to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), including a number of specifically chosen Institute of Quarrying online units together with face-to-face classroom training. It also included an online assessment hosted through the Institute’s training portal.

A total of 46 Terex team members from a wide range of disciplines, including engineering and marketing, participated in the course.

A debrief session at Terex’s Omagh site on 20 September 2011 concluded the training programme, and the course was voted an overwhelming success. As a result, the company hopes to continue to build on its relationship with the Institute of Quarrying and offer the course to other Terex Materials Processing facilities worldwide.

Congratulating everyone involved, Martina Donaghy, HR & training officer with Terex Materials Processing, said: ‘At Terex, we believe that training and developing our team members helps them to grow as individuals. Investment in training and development ensures they have up-to-date knowledge and skills, which is reflected in Terex’s quality products.’


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