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Seeing is believing

Interactive 3D visualisation and augmented reality offer the FM a dynamic new toolkit for training staff and managing assets Virtual reality (VR) applications immerse the user in a computer-generated environment to provide a powerfully engaging experience. Augmented reality (AR) adds ...

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How to get your training programme the royal recognition it deserves!

From improving staff retention to boosting business growth – learning and development has numerous benefits. But all too often it doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. Last year the City & Guilds Group launched the Princess Royal Training Awards – ...

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What’s on the Weber training agenda at the Saint-Gobain Technical Academy, Bedfordshire

At the Saint-Gobain Technical Academy in Flitwick, Bedfordshire, Weber’s training programmes embrace all categories in the company’s diverse product range. This includes External Wall Insulation (EWI), monocouche through-coloured renders, tile fixing, technical mortars and flooring systems. Courses can be designed ...

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The FM industry: changing perceptions

FM has struggled in the past to attract and retain talented individuals. However, perceptions of the industry are now changing, with more and more people recognising the long and rewarding career paths it can offer. Capitalising on this shift in ...

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Mitie and Mosaic partner in ex-offender programme

A new ex-offender programme has been launched by strategic outsourcing company Mitie, and Mosaic who provide one-to-one mentoring support for individuals making the difficult transition from prison back to their communities. The Justice Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, yesterday witnessed ...

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Lovell picks up £22m repairs contract

Lovell Repairs and Maintenance has been appointed by Estuary Housing Association to provide repair services to over 3,900 homes in Essex, Greater London and Suffolk. The contract, valued at £22 million over a five-year period, will commence on 1 July ...

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