Vortice invests in its people

Training, development and succession planning has always been high on the list of priorities for Burton upon Trent-based Vortice.  The ventilation industry’s European market leader views investing in its people as vital to its continued success.  This month sees an internal promotion for Jane Miller who has been promoted to Technical Administrator in a move designed to further strengthen the technical team.  Accounts Assistant Claire Miller has passed her CIMA enterprise operations examination and Administration Assistant Nathan Bradshaw, who has passed his AAT level 3 exam, is now studying for level 4.  The whole of the Vortice sales team have been undergoing new skills and specification training and in addition, the company this month welcomes new recruit Sarah Oldham, who has joined the sales department as Internal Sales Administrator.

General Manager Kevin Hippey said:

“We recognise that the strength of an organisation is in its people and are pleased to support the on-going development of our team.   Our training programme is happening alongside some exciting new product developments which make it a busy time for the Vortice brand.”

Vortice’s technical team also delivers BPEC training at its Burton upon Trent showroom to specifiers and installers from around the UK, in an effort designed to ensure correct installation, commissioning and testing of domestic ventilation systems. For more information visit www.vortice.ltd.uk