As the UK's largest specialist demolition and civil engineering contractor we offer full service capability. Our reputation for delivering on even the most complex of projects for major clients has been built on trust and the ability to protect our client's reputation. This approach has seen growth that has turnover exceeding £100m, with around 60% of our work executed on a negotiated or partnering basis. For the future, Keltbray will continue to develop its service offerings for clients.
By recognising that a company's most important resource is its employees, the Keltbray Group can ensure with continuous investment in training and development we can all improve the performance of our staff and enhance the service we provide.
Keltbray Training has been developed to provide bespoke training services and courses for both internal and external use, on or off site. We specialise in Network Rail approved training, asbestos removal training, asbestos awareness, and demolition training.
Keltbray Training operates a well established training centre located in Ashford, Kent. The training centre is accredited to carry out training and assessments to national standards via the Achilles/NCCA Sentinel scheme, offering ‘off-the-shelf' training and bespoke packages to meet any specific requirements. The Ashford training centre consists of four theoretical training rooms and a large external railway track. The centre is ideally located for both rail and road access.
The training centre in Basildon, Essex consists of a spacious classroom for theoretical training and exams, a practical training area including an asbestos enclosure and a fully functional decontamination unit. These facilities are utilised for our asbestos awareness and asbestos removal training courses. Included in the practical area is a substantial track layout which is used for the various Network Rail courses offered including PTS (Personal Track Safety).
Our Crewe training centre boasts of an indoor low level OHL training span, to which we can provide a number of specialised training courses for safe working practices on the Network Rail infrastructure, such as Linesman 1 and 2 courses. The IOSH accredited training centre also provides quality instruction in both track safety duties and health and safety courses.
Keltbray Training has a dedicated team of professional trainers and assessors who have received many accolades over the years for their professional approach and delivery.
Greater competition needed among UK rail operators Britainís Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has presented a number of possible future reforms that it believes would improve the level of competition within the UKís rail franchising model.
NTAR - Setting the standard A training academy which sees itself playing a pivotal role in finally grasping the rail industryís skills challenge is set to open in October.