Back to Face-to-face Learning – Fuelled by Lintott

It has been reported that the number of young people taking computer science & IT related subjects at GCSE level has dropped 40% since 2015. This is troubling given digital skills are vital to the economy. With this in mind, Lintott Control Systems has made its Industry Accelerator Training Academy available to the Norfolk NCCE Computing Hub. The Hub has the primary objective to up-skill teachers to become specialists in computer science.

Over the last 3 years, hundreds of teachers, have been trained, which until most recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic, took place on-line. With the lifting of restrictions, face-to-face training has resumed.

Adam Gibson, who runs the Norfolk NCCE Norfolk Computing Hub, commented, “I am very grateful to Lintott who provided use of their training suite free of charge. This means the training venue hire fee can be invested in physical computing kit for Norfolk schools to use for free”.

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Fit 4 Offshore Renewables Certified 💡

Targeting opportunities across market sectors whilst seeking to expand its product and service portfolio, Lintott Control Systems has been granted Fit-4-Offshore-Renewables status. During the road to certification, the team at Opergy Group guided Lintott as it further enhanced its infrastructure and competencies in targeting the Offshore Renewable Energy sector.

Certification is only bestowed to organisations that demonstrate embedded and fit-for-purpose systems, processes, and knowledge, alongside a specific Sector Development Plan (which seeks to endure long into the future).

David Owen, OSB & Asset Optimisation Director commented, “We are delighted to receive granted status and reflecting aligned business developments, the Offshore Renewables sector is now firmly part of our Forward Strategy”.

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More work incoming! 🏗️⚡

Another sunny day ☀ an inward bound delivery this time. These Motor Control Panels will be built, tested and delivered/installed on site to our clients in Yorkshire and Scotland.

Supplying products since the 1970’s, Lintott has comprehensive expertise in control panel design, manufacture, testing, commissioning & aftercare, across a plethora of applications & sectors. Standard & bespoke low voltage Motor Control Centres (conventional, intelligent & withdrawable), Power Distribution & Process Control Systems. Lintott provides the complete automation & digital integration package, produced & supported by one source.

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A double delivery 🚛🚛

A double delivery for our client’s today. Our first is a UV Kiosk and is a factory-built standard design solution, fully factory-tested to enable a quick connection on site. This particular Kiosk will be delivered locally to our client in Watton. Our second delivery is a Chemical Dosing Kiosk, a factory-built system for treating water and wastewater. Again, another local delivery to Colchester.

Lintott provides factory-built designs and solutions, each configured / designed using Lintott’s industry-defining “Lin-finity Builder” application, which reduces design weeks to just a few hours!

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Guest Presentation to promote the Queens Awards for Enterprise

Lintott was delighted to ‘guest present’ at the recent breakfast meeting, convened to promote the Queens Awards for Enterprise across the Norfolk region. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards, given only to those who are outstanding in their field.

Lintott was awarded the accolade in 2018 (for the Innovation category). COO, Jamie Thums MBE, provided some suggestions as to how organisations approach the application process. This complimented presentations from fellow businesses regarding the benefits of winning.


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Nutrition and Hydration Week 2022 🍉🥕

As part of Lintott’s wellbeing programme, this week marks Nutrition & Hydration week! 🍉🥦. Promoting healthy eating, each day the Company is providing a selection of fresh fruit & snack bars in each of the canteens.

Nutrition & Hydration Week has taken place every March since 2012. It’s purpose is to bring people together to create energy, focus and fun in order to highlight and educate people on the value of food and drink in maintaining health and well being in health and social care.

The Company recognises that good health & wellbeing is a core enabler of employee engagement and will be sharing advice & information throughout the week from the Nutrition & Hydration Week website.

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1st Colleague Luncheon of 2022

The cornerstone of Lintott’s Human Resource Management strategy is employee voice.  Through various aligned means, Lintott is passionate about listening to & involving colleagues in the development & continuous improvement of the Company. 

After two years of restrictions, the return of the quarterly “Colleague Lunch” was an opportunity for staff from different areas of the business to ‘connect’ in an informal setting together.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Lintott is pleased to support #internationalwomensday, with a different theme each year, this year being #BreakTheBias.  

Lintott employees & directors strike the pose to show commitment to calling out to a world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination.  A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.  A World where difference is valued and celebrated.  Together we can forge women’s equality.

To find out more about International Women’s Day click here.

Random Acts of Kindness Day 😊☀️

Random Acts of Kindness Day is a special event created to support the creation of a kinder world. Held every February, this day is organised by the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, and seeks to highlight the significance of doing good in the world.

This year Lintott have put together some goodies for their colleagues, in the office, on-site & those working at home to say thank you!

What are some simple ways to be kind this Random Acts of Kindness Day?

Being kind doesn’t have to cost anything – a gesture of kindness can seem insignificant to you, but make someone else’s day. Here are a few ways you can make any day a good one:

  • Smile at, or say hello to a stranger.
  • Make a colleague a cup or tea, coffee or squash!
  • Compliment somebody when they least expect it.
  • Hold the door open for somebody.
  • Donate your time to volunteer efforts.
  • Call a friend to check in.
  • Donate old clothing, or canned food, to those who need it most.
  • Always say ‘thank you’, no matter how small the action.

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National Apprenticeship Week 2022 🏫


National Apprenticeship Week 2022 takes place from 7th to 13th February 2022. This week brings together everyone passionate about apprenticeships to celebrate the value, benefit, and opportunity that
apprenticeships bring.

Lintott Control Systems is passionate about its apprenticeship & trainee programme, & celebrates the fact that 10% of its workforce are currently undergoing or about to embark on an Apprenticeship or trainee post. Prominent areas include, but are not limited to, Manufacturing (both electrical & mechanical build) & Software Integration Systems.

If you want to be considered for our 2022 intake, please email and attach your CV. To find out more about National Apprenticeship Week head on over to