Training and Development
The success of Morrison Utility Services depends on our ability to Attract, Develop and Retain people who enable our business to continue to be the industry leader in the sectors we operate and enable our people to achieve their career ambitions.
We are committed to maintaining exceptional levels of competence and capability across the business, addressing potential skills gaps with targeted personal development and role specific training programmes.
Working alongside accredited training providers, we provide structured training paths offering a range of learning and development opportunities for all our people - from craft and technical field personnel through technical and support teams, central support services, our people managers and our senior leadership team.
We recognise that all our people are different, and provide a range of learning opportunities from classroom based, through role-play to e-learning. A range of platforms are made available to engage and educate our people.
Sector Skills Development
As a steering group member of Energy & Utility Skills, and a founder member of the National Skills Academy for Power, Morrison Utility Services plays an instrumental role in the design and development of industry recognised learning programmes.
Our involvement at the forefront of workforce development includes close collaboration with key industry bodies. These include the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), the Institute of Safety and Health (IOSH), City and Guilds (C&G) and Investors in People (IIP).
In addition, our links with independent professional engineering institutions, such as the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and Institution of Engineering Technology (IET), support our focus on nurturing talent and helping our people to develop in their careers.
If you are interested in a career within the Utility Sector and working for Morrison Utility Services, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first in a series of training films covering safety practices on highways which we’ve been involved in with EU Skills. Funded through CITB, this film is aimed at helping to improve the quality, safety and competence of the workforce and ensuring appropriate technical knowledge to meet highway specifications is embedded.