Matt Haddon is a 3B trainer based in the North West.
He joined the team in July 2021 and deliver online, classroom and in-house training courses.
Take a look at our Q&A with Matt below…
Every day is different.
Everyone is so friendly and welcoming.
I felt that I have a lot of onsite experience that I can use to help others stay safe out on site.
CITB accredited courses, GQA CSCS Course Test & Card, Health & Safety and Scaffolding & Working at Heights courses.
I really enjoy the new virtual aspect of training via zoom. It’s great to be with a company that has helped to pioneer this new way of training. That being said, I do enjoy the classroom environment, as you can’t beat the atmosphere and conversation.
If I am booked in for online training, I usually log on about an hour or so before, just so I can get prepared and make sure everything is working as it should. As I am quite new to 3B and to training in general, I like to make sure I am confident in the courses I am delivering, so I usually go over each course a couple of times before I start.
Before joining 3B, I worked for an events company setting up anything from gigs/festivals to corporate events. A training course on how to be a good roadie would be great!
I love going to watch live music and riding my motorbike. It’s even more fun when the two are combined. So we go to a lot of bike rallies as well as gigs. My daughter is 10 now and has been coming with me to gigs since she was 5.
I have quite a lot of tattoos and am ¾ of the way through completing a full back piece based on Norse mythology.
I would have to say Slash from Guns N Roses. I followed them around Europe for 5 shows in 5 cities and it was amazing. I can’t play any instruments at all so it would be great to get up on stage and do what they do!
Raising my daughter to be a little rocker like me. The look of awe on her face whilst at a gig is the best ever!
From a work perspective, I would have to say, re-training and gaining my level 3 in education and training along with various other health and safety qualifications and then taking the leap into the world of training with 3B.
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