BMA introduces Bathroom Building Blocks training modules

BathroomsNews Tue 1st Aug 2023 by KBBFocus

BMA introduces Bathroom Building Blocks training modules

BMA introduces Bathroom Building Blocks training modules

In what it says is a response to the ever-evolving landscape of the bathroom industry, the Bathroom Manufacturers Association (BMA) has announced the launch of its new initiative, Bathroom Building Blocks. This training module series is designed to meet the diverse needs of apprentices, new starters, staff new to the industry, and those looking to refresh their industry knowledge.

Recognising the crucial role that flexible online training programmes play in maintaining a competitive edge, Bathroom Building Blocks aims to empower professionals with essential skills and expertise. Particularly useful for retailers, merchants and installers, these modules, crafted by industry experts, offer 24/7 accessibility, ensuring that participants can tailor their learning to suit their individual schedules and demands.

The first set of ‘blocks’, the Introduction to Bathrooms and Domestic Showering Building Blocks, cover a wide range of topics, encompassing all bathroom and domestic showering aspects. By providing a comprehensive array of modules, participants can confidently enhance their skills and remain at the forefront of industry knowledge.

"The introduction of Bathroom Building Blocks demonstrates our commitment to the growth and advancement of professionals within the bathroom manufacturing industry," said Tom Reynolds, chief executive at the BMA. "We understand the dynamic nature of our sector and the importance of staying up-to-date. These online training programmes empower individuals to develop a fundamental understanding of critical bathroom products and will contribute to the industry’s overall progress."

The Introduction to Bathrooms and Domestic Showering modules mark the latest additions to the ever-expanding BMF Building Block library, first launched in 2019. The BMA’s partnership with BMF, and e-learning partner Cortexa, ensures up-to-date learning modules for the industry, utilising an exceptional learning platform for high standards. Participants can now choose from an even broader range of topics to enrich their knowledge and advance their careers.

To learn more, and enrol in the training modules, click HERE.

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