Future Leaders Cohort 1
The programme not only develops excellent leadership and presentation skills but also helps to develop long standing professional connections and friendships.
In any industry networking is one of the many tools required to succeed in any given field or discipline. With this in mind the programme encourages connections to be made with other professionals on the course as well as within the wider Valve and Actuator industry.
It is therefore even more valuable for the Future Leaders to continue to maintain these professional connections and they did just that as the team pulled together and pulled on their walking boots!
Alongside their best walking attire they completed their outfits with BVAA hats.
They visited arguably the most famous waterfall in the lake district with stunning views and vistas showcasing the surroundings natural beauty, but do you know where this was taken?
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Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 48
- Seals Meeting
- Repair Meeting
- BVAA’s Desktop Exhibition at MW Kellogg
- Dave Martin Honoured
- Flowserve Nuclear Success
- Hardide Coatings develops new coating for titanium
- New Product Announcements Application Stories Company Profiles Industry News: British Valve & Actuator Association
- BVAA ‘Regional Meetings’
- BVAA ‘Mad Hatters’: How far can you go wearing a BVAA Hat?
- Score Peterhead Desktop Exhibition