Brand-Rex revamps training offering
Brand-Rex has announced that those on its Business Partner Program will be able to benefit from revamped training courses from September 2012.
The Brand-Rex suite of training courses is currently being redesigned and updated and will comprise a perfect balance of theoretical and practical information. The one and two day sessions address all aspects of copper and fibre based cabling technology, outlining best practice and explaining current international and European standards. Delegates are provided with invaluable insight regarding the company’s innovative range of solutions and how they can be configured to provide end users with the most appropriate network cabling infrastructures for their needs.
To promote the new training programme, Brand-Rex will offer free training courses until March 2013. By imparting expert guidance about the specification and installation of its products and systems, Brand-Rex partners are equipped with the skills required to offer the best possible solutions, while ensuring that they maximise all available business opportunities.
As well as being held at Brand-Rex headquarters in Glenrothes, courses will also take place in London and at a new venue in Birmingham. Each course is available to a maximum of 30 partners, giving those attending the chance to network with other like-minded installation companies and end users, providing a more effective and productive training experience for all.
‘We recognise the crucial role our loyal partners play in our mission to achieve unsurpassed levels of customer service,’ commented Audrey O’Brien, marketing communications manager at Brand-Rex. ‘We also realise that in these austere economic conditions we must do everything we can to help maximise their revenue generating activities. Making our high quality training courses free of charge provides an opportunity for our partners to obtain the highest quality knowledge and skills available anywhere in the industry, without having to shoulder any financial burden.’