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Umbrella Training partners with Metaverse Learning

Umbrella Training in partnership with Metaverse Learning has launched an industry-first virtual chef training programme aiming to create a learning and development platform fit for future generations.     The programme is initially being targeted at Gen-Z and Gen A entry ...

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ABM partners with Disability Rights UK

ABM, a provider of integrated facility and aviation services, has teamed up with Disability Rights UK (DRUK) to develop and certify new induction materials for its PRM (Persons with Reduced Mobility) team members. Building on a pilot partnership for ABM’s ...

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ISS approved to provide certified IEMA sustainability training to colleagues and clients

ISS UK & Ireland (UK&I) has been approved as an official training centre for the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) the global professional body for individuals and organisations working, studying or interested in the environment and sustainability. Certification ...

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The Future of Facilities Management: Why the Facilities Sector Needs More Qualified EPA Assessors

In the ever-evolving landscape of facilities management, a critical need has emerged for skilled professionals who can guide and shape the next generation of practitioners. The number of apprenticeship standards across all sectors has grown massively in recent years, which ...

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Training Terrace

Training provider Develop gives FMJ a full update on its newest addition, a fully to-scale artificial street designed to replicate real-life work scenarios for delegates undertaking training and assessment Training is only as good as its ability to be applied. ...

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IFMA partners with BCS to offer members cyber protections

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is offering members resources, training, and tools to mitigate cyber risk in facility operations through a new partnership with Building Cyber Security (BCS), a non-profit organisation enhancing global safety via the development of cybersecurity ...

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NatWest unveils free retrofit skills programme for construction sector

NatWest Group has joined forces with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to provide a free retrofit learning platform for the construction industry. As the School’s first partner within the finance sector, both organisations aim to build capability and capacity to accelerate retrofitting ...

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Woodford Renewables & SmartTECH launches Innovation Hub

Leading building services contractor Woodford Renewables & SmartTECH has successfully launched its state-of-the-art Innovation Hub. Based at the company’s headquarters in Essex, the Hub will play a key role in Woodford’s new division going forward, as it looks to promote ...

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Leading building sector stakeholders launch Pact for Skills for Sustainable Facilities

IFMA EMEA, EU.BAC and REHVA have long championed the importance of upskilling the existing building workforce and effectively training the next generation of building professionals and have now come together to launch the Pact for Skills for Sustainable Facilities. The ...

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Clean standards

Whole-Workforce training is creating effective, demonstrable standards along with ‘Knowledge Networks’ in the UK cleaning sector reports Sara Bean The cleaning industry has experienced a huge amount of change over the past few years. In response we are seeing the ...

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