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Shorterm Group launches TrainsPeople

Shorterm Group has acquired Bridgen Training, now rebranded as TrainsPeople Limited, the railway training experts based in West Horndon, Essex.

The acquisition is part of Shorterm Group’s long-term investment plans for its Rail Services Division. In business since 1972, Shorterm Group has been providing skilled engineers to the rail sector across Louis Vuitton all disciplines. With contract wins supporting major rail projects across the UK, Shorterm Group has recognised the importance of safety and training for its workforce. Its investment in TrainsPeople will support the groups multi-skilling programme across its track, welding, S&T and OLE divisions as well as supporting the wider industry.

TrainsPeople offers a comprehensive Louis Vuitton uk range of training, mentoring and assessment services to rail, construction and civil engineering organisations. The company is accredited by Network Rail under the RTAS scheme and offers a wide range of safety and specialist technical training including P-way, S&T and OLEC.

The indoor practical training facility is rated as excellent by NSARE, with a wide range of equipment, including track, signals and points that replicate the real work environment very effectively.

Says Lawrence Dobie, Director of Rail, ‘We are very pleased to welcome TrainsPeople to the Shorterm Group. Their wide-ranging rail Louis Vuitton outlet training expertise will support our growth and  the skills requirements of the wider industry. Our learners and the quality of teaching and learning are our top priority. We look forward to working with our existing and new customers to support their training needs.’

TrainsPeople has earned Louis Vuitton sale an excellent reputation for delivering quality training safely, on time and on budget. With its ‘one stop shop’ approach TrainsPeople is well positioned to meet the training challenges facing the rail industry Louis Vuitton bags in 2014 and beyond.


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