We are delighted to announce that Spirax Sarco UK has partnered with The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) as a knowledge partner to deliver courses relevant to Healthcare Engineers.
Spirax Sarco has a long association with IHEEM with the Chairman of Spirax Sarco Engineering, Lionel Northcroft OBE becoming the first president of IHEEM (1967-1969). The Northcroft Silver Medal is still awarded to the IHEEM members considered to have contributed most to the advancement of hospital engineering with their published Health Estate Journal article.
The suite of 8 courses available to IHEEM members include:
“It is fantastic news that we have become a Knowledge Partner with IHEEM to provide IHEEM members with quality steam training courses. We share a common goal and underpinning values. The opportunity to support IHEEM members through the provision of quality steam training courses is fantastic. Our training courses, many of which are City & Guilds accredited, are an ideal opportunity for IHEEM members to develop their skills and knowledge to help them to work safely in support of the healthcare sector. Our former Chairman and first president of IHEEM, Lionel Northcroft, understood the value that training provides in the development and support of individuals and this partnership is testament to this long association with such a well-respected organisation”
- Sally O’Connell, Spirax Sarco UK Steam Training Technology Centre Manager.
Tania Davies, Chief Operating Officer at IHEEM added “We are delighted to be working with Spirax Sarco to deliver specialist steam training to actively support our members as part of our vision as well as strengthening the partnership between both organisations.”
To find out more on IHEEM membership, please go to: https://www.iheem.org.uk/membership/
To find out more on the suite of courses available on steam via IHEEM, please go to: https://www.iheem.org.uk/learning-hub/training-courses/
To find out more on Spirax Sarco training courses, please go to: https://www.spiraxsarco.com/global/en-GB/training
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