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Eastwood Park Training marks its 50th year

As we all settle into another new year, for training provider Eastwood Park, 2019 will be more significant than most. The long-established engineering and estates & facilities management training business is celebrating 50 years of technical and estates training delivery.

On its private 200-acre estate featuring specialist practical learning facilities and residential accommodation, Eastwood Park has hosted trainee engineers, managers and directors in their formative years, many of whom are now working in healthcare services all over the world. The stringent and exceptional requirements for healthcare have also been adapted for commercial sectors. So, from routes that firmly began in healthcare Eastwood Park is today delivering its courses to organisations in all sectors worldwide.

Each year, new courses are introduced and in 2019 Eastwood Park is launching an enhanced fire portfolio, plus new water compliance and health and safety courses to its latest training calendar. Its new 2019/2020 course calendar features scheduled training through to March 2020 and is now available on request.

In addition, the centre is currently undergoing a transformation, with the construction of a new purpose-built training centre, and an on-going refurbishment of the main residential accommodation.

John Thatcher, Eastwood Park’s CEO is looking forward to the future: “We are delighted to be marking our 50th year with 12-months of significant change and development to continually improve the expert training we deliver. We have exciting times ahead and it’s my pleasure to be involved in this transformation during Eastwood Park’s 50th anniversary year.” 

To see how Eastwood Park will be celebrating during 2019, keep an eye on the website or sign up to receive training and news updates, also on the website – www.eastwoodparktraining.co.uk, or call + 44 (0)1454 262777.


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