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JTL joins WorldSkills UK’s Centre of Excellence
JTL has agreed to become part of WorldSkills UK’s Centre of Excellence, with the provider expecting a boost to its education programme.
Riello UPS officially recognised as a living wage employer
Riello UPS has become the latest company to achieve accreditation as a living wage employer, meaning it pays at least £9.50 an hour. 
What changes have been made to the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification?
Paul Collins, technical services manager at NICEIC and ELECSA, discusses the changes to the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification.
UK could see an exodus of 660,000 jobs if net zero targets missed
The UK is at risk of losing almost 660,000 jobs to other countries if the Government doesn’t accelerate its transition to net zero.
SELECT warns of the danger of unqualified electricians without protection of title
SELECT is stepping up its campaign to get protection of title legislation to ensure only qualified electricians can do electrical work.
How has Covid-19 changed the business landscape for electrical contractors?
With the pandemic winding down, and Brexit rearing its head once more, how does this change the business landscape for electrical contractors?
Omicron to hold conference on substation automation, digital substations
On September 29, 2021, Omicron will hold a conference dubbed ‘The Future of Substation Automation and Digital Substations’.
Is the drive to Net Zero elevating cyber threats?
Could the drive to net zero and the implementation of new smart technologies be bringing additional cyber risks to the table?
Electrical Review welcomes a new editor ahead of anniversary year
Electrical Review has announced that Jordan O’Brien will be taking over as editor of the publication ahead of its 150th anniversary. 
ECA announces shortlist nominees for 2020/2021 Industry Awards
The ECA has announced the shortlist nominees for the 2020/2021 Industry Awards, with the event set to take place on October 22.