Matrix offers custom or bespoke training courses for engineering/electronics and automotive departments and industry customers in the UK
covering the Locktronics and E-blocks product ranges including our popular Flowcode software.
Matrix hold regular training events for our products at various locations across the UK. In the table below is a list of the upcoming training events.
If you are interested in collaborating with Matrix for a training event please contact Liam:
Training can be provided at our new fully equipped training facility at our headquarters in Halifax, West Yorkshire.
Alternatively our trainers can come to you and offer on-site training for up to 20 delegates.
Please refer to the following profiles of our training experts:
B.Eng. in electronic engineering
Worked for several years as a development engineering on television, Hi-fi and satellite decoder projects
Founder member of Eldon Technology (now Echostar Europe) in 1988
Founded Matrix Technology Solutions in 1993
Currently Managing Director of Matrix Technology Solutions Ltd.
Left university with a physics degree
Worked as an electrical engineer for EMI in TV camera development
Teacher for most of his working life - teaching physics / electronics / programming
Cisco trained and certified Regional Academy Instructor
Oracle trained and certified Academy Instructor (database and Java programming)
Curriculum writer for Locktronics modules
Matrix employee since 1997
B.Eng. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
PGCE for Further Education
Over 10 years experience developing hardware and firmware
Over 15 years experience developing Windows-based software
Lead developer and system architect for Flowcode (v3 to v5)
Currently Head of R&D at Matrix TS
John Verrill delivering a Flowcode workshop in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Phil Fergusson of Megatech, Boston, delivering CAN BUS training to automotive technicians
John Verrill delivering FPGA training in Oman
John Verrill delivering CAN BUS training session to teachers from Finland
Delegates of the Greater New York Automotive Competition learning about CAN BUS before their students enter the competition
Lab technicians at a Locktronics workshop in the Midlands