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We are extremely proud of our Learning & Development team at Watertrain and the important role they play in supporting our learners. In this blog, we learn a bit more about our Learning & Development Coaches specialising in wastewater and water treatment.
Meet the team:
How long have you worked at Watertrain and what is your current role?
What do you most enjoy about your role and working at Watertrain?
Kevin Massey | Water Treatment
I have been at Watertrain for six months and I am a Learning & Development Coach (Water Treatment)
I enjoy teaching and helping our learners at Watertrain and seeing them progress their knowledge and skills.
Conor Geoghegan | Water Treatment
I have been at Watertrain for two years and 8 months and my role my role includes facilitating the learning of new knowledge, skills, and behaviours to Level 3 Water Treatment Process Technicians.
Q2: I mostly enjoy working with different types of people and organisations from all over the UK, helping them to develop both personally and professionally.
Adam Tildesley | Clean Water Treatment / Operations and Management
I have been at Watertrain for two years and I split my time between the level 3 process technician apprenticeship and the level 4 water industry operations and management qualification.
I enjoy the interaction with the learners and time spent preparing the delivery material.
Huw Evans | Wastewater Networks
I have been at Watertrain for one and half years and I deliver the wastewater networks apprenticeship.
I enjoy interacting with learners, watching their development, and imparting experience on to them to help them develop within their role.
Manish Pankhania | Wastewater Treatment
I have been at Watertrain for 14 months and I am a Learning & Development Coach specialising in wastewater treatment.
I really enjoy teaching and sharing my knowledge with others. It’s not just about a learner’s professional development, as an LDC you are probably shaping their future career path. The more a learner opens up, the more i can also share my own journey in the water industry over the last 25+ years. That’s really fulfilling, because you realize those conversations can be literally life changing for someone. They go to the very heart of why we do what we do, but with passion, purpose and our aspirations.
Watertrain has amazing staff. I realized that in the first half-an-hour from the very first job interview i had with them. Their staff are very professional, hard working and dedicated. And even though I very rarely see any of them in person, when there is an online meeting, they are full of laughter and banter. Just amazing people to be around, especially after a long week.