Industry, Methodology& Product Training
Accurate offers a wide range of training options starting from basic product knowledge, right through to extensive theory and practical training.
Through our training and education centres, along with our academic and industry partnerships with Nulca New Zealand and the Ara Institute of Canterbury, we aim to promote compliance of industry practice, which refers to the ability to work unsupervised, demonstrating knowledge and skills that reflect the productivity, uniformity, finish quality, interpretation of results and material economies currently accepted within the industry.
SAFETY, RISK AND COMPLIANCE
Compliance and Risk are two of the key drivers in having operators correctly trained, by recognised New Zealand Industry Leaders. Many of New Zealand's top infrastructure and civil companies have enrolled and educated their key staff with Accurate for these reasons. Industry bodies, government and standards also require training of the user and/or company to operate with segments of the economy.
Not a lot of course material is regularly and easily available for training within NZ, on highly technical equipment. This is why Accurate has developed course material in conjunction with the international manufacturers and partnered with recognised tertiary institutes like Nulca and ARA Canterbury, to provide the required accreditation for the industry. Students undertake an exam at the completion of some of the courses, with a pass providing them with attainment and accreditation.
KNOWLEDGE AND COURSE DELIVERY
A lot of the inspection, detection and locating equipment sold by Accurate today is not only high performing, but carry's a technical element to it. Understanding the correct operation of the equipment is key to achieving the desired results. Accurate's technical trainers and advisors have the skill, knowledge and know-how to deliver the practical and founding science training course material to you, aiding you in knowledge and operation in the field.
KEY TRAINING CONTACT
Jackie Henare - Training Manager, Head of Department
DDI Phone: 021 611 613 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org