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06 Feb 2017
As Britain’s biggest bus operator, we’re further enhancing our engineering standards, to provide even more reliable services for our customers.
We’re the only major bus operator in the UK to put in place a new Engineering Management Programme which all existing and new bus engineering managers across the UK will undertake.
The course will lead to even higher standards of maintenance and help provide our customers with even better and more reliable services.
To complete the bespoke programme, engineering managers must complete two modules over a two year period, allowing them time to apply the learning in their work environment between modules.
The training course has been recognised by the Institute of the Motor Industry and has been approved as a Quality Assured Programme.
Stagecoach UK Bus Engineering Director Sam Greer said: "The introduction of this training course further demonstrates our commitment to improving services for our customers. Through this programme, we aim to further enhance our engineering standards in a way that is tailored to the specific requirements of our business. Vehicle maintenance and reliability are crucial to the successful delivery of our services to passengers and I believe this training will benefit both our staff and our customers.”
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