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Did you know UhUb is more than just its own cleaning skills training?

As excellent as that is, there is much more to UhUb. From a tailored fully flexible training tool to providing business intelligence, UhUb is a complete ‘out of the box’ Training & Engagement solution. With over 150,000 lessons completed in ...

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Amey and Bell Group team up to launch prison academy

Amey and building maintenance firm, Bell Group, have teamed up with the New Futures Network – the specialist part of Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service that brokers partnerships between prisons and employers – to create a series of academies ...

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Training guards

The security guard role has become ever-more complex in the wake of evolving threats across digital and physical domains. This requires ever most specialist training, says Gemma Quirke – Chief Operating Officer (COO), Wilson James Over the past few years ...

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ABM invests in mental health first aid programme

Integrated facilities solutions provider, ABM, has introduced a mental health first aid training programme across its aviation and business and industry divisions. The investment is one of the “first of its kind in the industry” and has been created in ...

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Clean standards

Joanne Gilliard, CEO of Jangro, discusses how training within the cleaning sector is more important than ever and the many benefits to be had by employers and employees alike According to recent research by the British Cleaning Council (BCC), there ...

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RICS Event: The evolution of the office from a place of work to a service

Long before a global pandemic defined our daily lives, many were already debating the relevance of the workplace in an era defined by wireless technology. 2020 has refocused that debate, showing many the importance of a place to come together ...

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Adaptive learning

Darren Hockley, Managing Director of eLearning provider, DeltaNet International on ensuring your training is innovative and accessible in 2021 and beyond It’s safe to say that 2020 was a challenging year for business. From the unprecedented switch to homeworking for ...

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Breaking down barriers

Louie-Mae Gibson, Estate Director and Operations Board Member for Business balance at Knight Frank Promise (KFP) focusing on Women in Business, is using her considerable experience to fulfil a commitment to advancing the opportunities for women in property and FM ...

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Digital skills gap will challenge UK businesses in 2021

Almost two-thirds (65 per cent) of UK businesses see a digital skills shortfall as one of the most significant challenges facing their company in 2021. This is according to new research from the FTSE 250 professional services firm, FDM Group, ...

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Report highlights ‘green skills’ deficit to meet Net Zero targets

The Skills4Climate industry report has revealed almost half (48 per cent) of electrotechnical and engineering services employers have said there is ‘insufficient training’ available to enable electricians and other installers to deliver ‘Active’ green technologies necessary to achieve Net Zero ...

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