We're pleased to announce that our Training Centre Documentation has been updated to incorporate the features of new developments in the new Websites.
Some of those can be seen in our Register Your Appliance site and we”ll be revealing more information soon about creating more Community Repairers where you live, with our EEESafe DATs programme.
We've met some potential partners over the last year or two, but held back on promotional activities due to our strategic vision, finding the right partners for Pilots and where cross sectorial markets stood in their own developments.
We will therefore be looking to recruit interested parties for a pilot programme, who wish to run their own EEESafe Training Centre, or just become an EEESafe Centre.
The former is about delivering our Courses locally and skilling up Competent Persons within our Community Platform Development Project. The latter is about creating and supporting Domestic Appliance Refurbishers (DARs) and developing their proven competence with Certified or Qualified Credentials that consumers can trust.
In the Domestic White Goods Appliance Sector, Safety, Skills Development, Waste & WEEE Prevention and Tackling Poverty, were always at the heart of our Circular Economy Model. It was therefore incumbent on us to get this right, and refinement of our model was necessary if we were to gather consumer and community engagement.
We believe we've got that now and we're still sure it will continue to develop, particularly as we demonstrate value and incentives for consumer engagement.
So keep your eye on our developments and if you feel you want to work with us, then drop us a line with your views on how you think we can work together.