Logic Certification’s National Forum will be taking place on July 2nd, from 9.30am – 4pm at IGEM House in Kegworth, Derbyshire. Open to all Training Providers/Colleges and providing a great opportunity to get together, find out about the latest Logic Certification qualifications, receive industry updates and take-part in useful workshops, this year’s event will include guest speakers from across the Building Services Sector.
In the run up to the UK’s General Election, what are the key policies that will be affecting the building services sector? Who has our best interests at heart and those of our businesses? How will their policies affect our skills and employment prospects, and potential workload over the next five years? Good or bad, here are the key pledges...
It’s good news for employers! The first solely Conservative Queen’s Speech for almost 20 years has put apprenticeships, helping employers and small businesses, at the heart of its aims through the newly announced ‘Enterprise Bill’.
A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) states that skills shortages are contributing to a slowdown in the construction sector, which poses a ‘serious challenge’ not only to the industry but the economy as a whole. The publication also highlighted the knock-on effect as sub-contractors snap- up work and drive up their prices.
2016 date set for Logic Certification National Centre Forum - 30th June
The Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors (APHC) is offering 100 plumbing and heating companies the chance to claim a £150 training reward through its sister company, educational charity APHC (Training).
Following widespread concerns about the consistency and quality of gas training delivery in the UK and fears that the current minimum standards might not be fit for purpose, the Government set up a Parliamentary Inquiry last year to investigate whether a fundamental rethink was necessary, to improve the regulatory framework around training standards for gas engineers.