The Electrical Industries Charity is looking for 25 enthusiastic trekkers to take on the Mount Kilimanjaro Challenge and raise £100,000 for the Hendrie family.
Almost eight in 10 (78%) electrical and building services firms say turnover increased or remained steady in the second quarter of 2016, according to new research from the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA).
An exciting and brand new apprenticeship training centre – Oxford Advanced Skills at Culham Science Centre just outside Oxford - is set to help resolve the very real skills shortages that high technology and engineering companies in the city and wider county are experiencing.
ODVA, the organization that manages the EtherNet/IP technology, is bringing its training course, EtherNet/IP: Industrial Ethernet for the Internet of Things, to Spain this year. Held concurrently with the IOT Solutions World Congress, the course will be held on Tuesday 25 October at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona.
Working together with Saville Napit has recently conducted training with Savills Lettings team in its latest efforts to educate industry stakeholders on electrical safety.
Skilled engineering graduates are essential to Bsria and the industry workforce of tomorrow. The construction sector’s demand for suitable skilled workers is paramount. However, it’s clear A Levels, TechBacc programmes and apprenticeships are all vital.
Select, campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland, has re-appointed Eric Rae as its president.
Rae, of E. Rae & Son in Turriff, Aberdeenshire, has been influential in Select activity in Aberdeen and the North-East for many years. Elected to the post in 2015, he is now entering his second year of office.