SECTT has secured funding from SELECT, SJIB and EETF to provide electrical apprentices and trainees with loaner laptops.
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The Electrical Industries Charity has highlighed how it can offer relationship support to those in our sector, even during the pandemic.
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The ECA and other industry bodies have launched the Skills for Climate consultation to assess what skills are needed for the green economy.
Apprentice 121, a scheme started by Mark Allison of Power Sonic Ltd to get young people into apprenticeships, has earned the support of NAPIT.
The NICEIC and ELECSA have announced the launch of a new virtual classroom initiative which will teach key electrical skills
Dominick Sandford of ElectricalDirect reveals the new electrical safety standards for landlords impact on electrical contractors.
Martin Taylor of Content Guru shares with us five steps the utilities sector can take to provide a seamless omnichannel customer experience in the face of Covid-19.
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