• MK Electric highlights benefits of apprentices

    In support of Learning at Work Week (13 – 19 May), Emma Segelov, EMEA marketing operations manager for MK Electric, highlights the benefits having an apprentice can bring to a business.

  • Report emphasises need for Protection of Title, says SELECT

    Managing director of SELECT Alan Wilson has brought attention to a new report, and why it has reinforced the sector’s campaign for recognition of electricians as a profession.

  • A learning curve

    Electrotechnical has always been a fast-evolving sector, with home automation and smart technology coming onto the scene in recent years. With regulations frequently updated, Nick Pollard, product manager at JTL discusses how individuals, employers and the industry as a whole can stay ahead of the curve through continuing professional development (CPD).

  • Training doesn’t have to be a challenge

    Stacey Lucas, commercial and marketing director at Sontay, explains the importance of keeping up-to-date in an ever-changing market and how new courses are making it easier than ever to take part in training. 

  • ECITB commits £90m to support industry training

    The ECITB has unveiled a new £90 million skills investment plan in an effort to meet the current and future skills needs of the engineering construction industry.

  • “Steady” power sector must invest in training, says GETI 2020

    The fourth annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) has been released, indicating power professionals are concerned at a perceived lack of investment in their training and development.

  • LIA launches CPD recognition service

    The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has launched a lighting-specific Continuing Professional Development (CPD) recognition service.