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Take a practical approach to NIS Directive compliance

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Feeling the pressure of the NIS Directive? Then you won’t want to miss the presentation of Cougar Automation’s own cyber security expert, Phillip Corner, who will be among the speakers at The Institution of Engineering Technology’s (IET’s) conference, Cyber Security

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Cougar Automation gains Certified Alliance Integration Partnership from Schneider Electric

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Cougar Automation is proud to announce that we have become the first company in the UK to be accredited as a Schneider Electric Certified Alliance and Preferred Partner in Water and Wastewater. With six offices across the UK, we’re noted

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Andy Mitchell exemplifies the success of supporting engineering apprentices

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The UK is facing an unprecedented shortage of engineers. It’s been estimated that by 2025, we’ll need to have 1.8 million people trained in order to support an economy in which engineering plays a role in almost every sector. In

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Our weekend warriors do our hearts good

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To honour the recent passing of our colleague and friend Dennis McDonald, regional leader at our Warwickshire office, a team from Cougar Automation recently participated in the Total Warrior obstacle race challenge, raising more than £350 to date for the

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Putting safety first

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We’re proud to announce that Anthony Leeds and Alan Ballard, both Project Engineers from our Hampshire office, have completed CompEx Scheme training. The CompEx Scheme is the recognised global scheme for the protection of oil, gas and chemical workers in

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Cougar Automation engineer wins Young Engineer of the Year Award

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James Bentley’s innovative and progressive work developing an IoT pump simulator using Rockwell Automation technologies was honour by the Pump Centre at its annual gala dinner.

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Cougar Automation ranked as one of UK’s “Best Workplaces”

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For a while now we’ve been pretty certain we have a great work culture here at Cougar, made up with more than 100 great people. So, we were excited when others agreed and we were presented with a ‘Best Workplaces’

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MP’s Jobs Fair graduate spearheading firm’s technological drive

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NEWS RELEASE (From Alan Mak, MP Havant): A graduate who found work after attending last year’s Havant Jobs, Apprenticeships and Careers Fair, organised by MP Alan Mak, has been spearheading the work being done by a local firm to develop cutting

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Saying ‘Yes’ to the Unexpected

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Laraine Danielewicz, a Project Engineer in our Kent office, took up the challenge to trek to Everest Base Camp. An adventure unlike anything she’d imagined, it reaffirmed to her that life is better when one says “Yes” to the unexpected. 

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An Eastern Experience

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Joe Schutz, a Project Engineer in our Bristol office, recently travelled to Cambodia. Here he shares his thoughts on volunteering with an organisation that is supporting self-employed workers in the country.    At Cougar Automation, we’re offered the chance to

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