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Lexington Catering launches Fat Macy’s café and training space

Corporate contract caterer, Lexington Catering, has launched a dedicated café space at one of its client sites in partnership with social enterprise Fat Macy’s. Fat Macy’s is a social enterprise that aims to get Londoners out of hostels and into ...

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The trainer’s perspective

In-centre, on-site or remote training? Gary Cooper, MD, PPL Training assesses the different styles of training delivery When it comes to competency training for engineers and facilities staff, the importance of real-world scenario based training and hands-on practical experience can ...

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HVAC specialist announces £10k apprenticeship investment

The owners of HVAC specialist Campbell West have gone back to the future to strengthen the company’s workforce and air-conditioning offer. Steven Campbell and Daniel West left school to become apprentice plumbers and now they have shown their continued faith ...

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Launch date for Cleaning Hygiene Operative Apprenticeship confirmed

Sector companies are being urged to gift unused Levy funds as the launch date for the Level 2 Cleaning Hygiene Operative Apprenticeship is confirmed as 1 January 2024. The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) has announced that the ...

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Elior UK introduces new mixed reality training

The contract caterer is introducing brand-new mixed reality (MR) headsets to enhance training for its teams serving healthcare and retirement living sectors. HoloLens 2, Microsoft’s MR technology, entails wearable glasses with multiple sensors, advanced optics, and holographic processing that meld ...

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Virtual exploration

Piers Zangana explores the development of new, virtual ways of learning and training which are being applied in the hospitality and facilities management space Skills and people shortages are the most significant challenges the facilities management and catering sectors are ...

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Compass to launch Xcelerate training initiative

Compass Group UK & Ireland has announced the launch of Xcelerate – its new regional community skills and learning hubs for training and excellence. These first in class training facilities will be provided in partnership with its clients, with the ...

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Retrofit training available to over 900 individuals

The Retrofit Academy is set to make funded retrofit training available to over 900 individuals after being awarded nearly £1 million by the Department for Energy, Security and Net Zero (DfESNZ). The funding, which has been made available through phase two ...

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ABM launches sixth year of its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme

Facility services provider, ABM, is inviting the sixth cohort of students to take part in its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P.) ABM’s continued investment in creating a pipeline of technical talent comes as SVP and President of ABM UK and Ireland, ...

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Training to elevate your team

The role of facilities management is increasingly being relied upon to reduce risk and drive operational efficiency, whilst upholding the safety and compliance of customers and employees alike. At NICEIC, we believe that the right training is pivotal in arming ...

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