Team Achieves 100% Success

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This week the Triteq Manufacturing Team successfully completed their training in IPC’s Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies which  ensures that our team are all certified as IPC-A-610E Application SpecialistsThe Training was conducted by a Master IPC Trainer from Electronics Yorkshire, an Authorized IPC Training Centre. The team were delighted and  reported back that “The training we received was absolutely fantastic. John was a brilliant trainer.”

Our success is dependent on our people and our philosophy is reinvest those positive results in our team and focus on good growth – the type of growth  that is sustainable and rewards the people that help make it happen. At Triteq, we use innovative technologists to design and develop extremely good products for a rapidly changing world. Business as usual does not apply, we aim to be ahead of usual and we appreciate that to continually provide the best value and the most informed advice continual  investment in people, skills and capabilities is vital.

Over 35% of our employees are currently involved in training programmes and another 45% have training scheduled for later in this financial year.

The challenging business environment that we work in today creates opportunities for companies who want to stay ahead, produce the best results and make clients successful. 


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