A proud moment for Lee Swift today as he formally receives his training certificates from Bronto Skylift.
Lee, who is already a qualified access engineer with several years of experience under his belt has been working alongside Neil Burton for 6 months now. Neil himself has over 10 years of Bronto Truck Mounted Platform experience, so there was nobody more qualified to show Lee the ropes.
After the practical and operational training came the official factory training. Unfortunately, due to the COVID pandemic, this training had to be done via zoom with plenty of screen sharing, note taking and a theoretical test and practical sessions over a 6-day period plus homework!
The technical training from Bronto Finland covered electrical diagnostics, computer program analysis, CAN bus fault diagnostics, specialist hydraulics systems and calibrations of the 3+/ B4+/ B5+ Generations of Bronto Skylift Work Platforms.
Congratulations Lee, your hard work and commitment in achieving this much sort after qualification have paid off!
The Tampere region in Finland has a history of world-class engineering and machine workshops. On this tradition, Bronto Skylift (now part of Morita Group), was founded some fifty years ago. From the beginning, the Bronto products featured cutting-edge technology, and have broken world records as the highest aerial platforms more than once.
Since those days, Bronto has delivered over 7000 hydraulic platforms to fire brigades and industrial customers throughout all continents in more than 120 countries.
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