Sunday, 6 March 2011

BSH opens training centres

Appliance giant BSH has opened training centres for its Bosch, Siemens and Neff brands at its headquarters in Wolverton, Milton Keynes. Each of the brands’ separate training centres boasts the latest products, interactive educational games, as well as hands-on cooking experiences.
The company expects to train 16 kitchen retailers a day, with plans of around 1,000 people to pass through the centres.
Sales director of Neff, Mike Jarrett
Visitors to the Neff Learning Centre follow a journey through five areas: Learning, Cooking, Working, Listening and Dining. It showcases around 300 Neff appliances and courses are tailored from novice through to expert dealers.

Cookery demonstration area in Siemens
iQ Training Academy
The Siemens iQ Training Academy measures 421 sq m and is designed as an open-plan space. It is divided into seven product zones, as well as an energy section highlighting the company’s green credentials. In fact, the company plans to create an entire centre dedicated to environmental issues in London’s Docklands by 2012.

BSH home economist, Lyn Williams
shows the Bosch working kitchen
Following an investment of over £750,000, the Bosch training centre has been created from former warehouses. Forming part of its high-tech training facility is a hood installation room, a green area and technical zone.
It is further expected that the trade training centres will be opened to members of the public in future.

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