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Service industry specialists join BaxterStorey’s Service Academy

BaxterStorey has appointed Diego Masciaga and Alessandro Fasoli as mentors on the company’s training initiative, the Service Academy. The Service Academy was launched earlier this year and BaxterStorey is the first foodservice business in the UK to be accredited as ...

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City & Guilds Approved Centre status for Cloudfm Academy

Facilities management provider, Cloudfm, has recently seen its approach to training reach the next level, with its Academy being awarded City & Guilds Approved Centre status.  Opened in October 2017, the Cloudfm Academy is a purpose-built facility designed to meet the specific needs of ...

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Hospital fire evacuation expertise at Eastwood Park

Reported fire incidents serve as a reminder of the significant disruption a fire can bring to any environment, but particularly, within hospitals. Even with the most robust fire safety plan in place there are valuable lessons to be learned following ...

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UK’s first aerial window cleaning training academy is launched

The UK’s first ever aerial window cleaning training academy has launched today (6 September) at Her Majesty’s Prison & Young Offender Institution Isis, in a move to tackle the ongoing UK skills shortage, while helping to reduce reoffending. The Aerial ...

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dormakaba launches new RIBA approved fire door CPD

Leading access and security solutions provider dormakaba has released a new CPD on the requirements for Door Hardware on Fire Doors. The seminar discusses the latest legal requirements, the types of Certification for Fire Door Hardware and the correct application ...

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England’s first SHE apprenticeship launched by Costain

Technology based construction and engineering company, Costain, has launched England’s first Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) apprenticeship. The new scheme has been developed to address the impact that changes in technology and innovation are having on business working practices and ...

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Proactive against standstill Weber Tec trains DB-technicians in Berlin

Standstill is regression – this is the motto of Weber Tec. The company based in Hamburg, Germany, specialises in the repair of escalator steps. It not only offers a reliable repair service, but also develops and manufactures functional products and ...

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Learning could be a lifesaver

GEZE UK has revised a piece of lifesaving learning – its popular RIBA-approved CPD on specifying, installing and maintaining ironmongery for fire doors. The 40-minute seminar explains what fire doors are, identifies their various components, how they work, the standards ...

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Top marks for GEZE UK duo

When it comes to “knowing their stuff’’ GEZE UK staff always give 100 per cent which has been proven by the results of recent professional exams. Rachel Cox, Project Design Team Leader and Matt Lovatt, Field Operations Supervisor, have joined ...

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FM Clinic: Addressing the skills gap in FM through training and development

According to the Facilities Management Business Confidence survey by the BIFM, 27 per cent of respondents felt a shortage of skilled staff could be a barrier to success over the next 12 months. Yet in a separate report by the ...

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