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Morgan Sindall Property Services unveils Apprenticeship Academy 

Morgan Sindall Property Services (MSPS) has launched its flagship Apprenticeship Academy, aimed at attracting and inspiring talented young people into a wide range of roles across the property maintenance and construction industry.   Developed by MSPS’ in-house social value team and ...

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Develop launches e-learning courses to meet diverse training needs

Develop, one of the UK’s leading accredited providers of compliance, technical and safety training, has introduced a new series of digital e-learning training programmes. The launched set of 64 e-learning courses focus on team development, leadership & management, IOSH, and ...

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The right route

Steve McGregor, Group Managing Director, DMA Group argues why apprenticeships are the best route to upskilling the workforce As a sector, we are facing a two-pronged human resourcing challenge. First is a matter of raw numbers. The facilities management and ...

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Learning in 2023

Kelly Mansfield of International Workplace presents some of the key findings in International Workplace’s guide for managers, Learning in 2023: Key issues and trends “The pandemic caused shockwaves, including talent disruption, inflation, skills shortages, and global tension,” advised LinkedIn in ...

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Supply Chain Sustainability School continues to positively impact a sustainable UK built environment

The Supply Chain Sustainability School, a multi-award-winning initiative which represents a common approach to addressing sustainability within supply chains, has released its 2023 Impact Report.  The report surveyed over one thousand of its members across the country to get their ...

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Arcus FM opens National Training Centre

Arcus FM has launched a significant investment in growth, people and the future of facilities management with the opening of its new National Training Centre. The new, multi-purpose National Training Centre in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, will focus on upskilling and cross-skilling ...

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BESA urges employers to take advantage of T Level funding boost

A £12 million injection of government funding to increase the uptake of T Levels including grants of up to £25,000 for employers who take students on work placements, has been welcomed by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). The Association ...

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IWFM launches new Building Safety training course

The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) has launched a new Building Safety CPD approved course to support FMs who need help to implement the new building safety requirements coming into force from April 2023 . Delivered by Anthony ...

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Wise investment

You’ll never regret investing in knowledge and skills says Sofie Hooper, Head of Policy, IWFM It’s all quite overwhelming, isn’t it? The climate emergency, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, energy and living costs, Brexit, supply chain issues, the post-pandemic transition, widening ...

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Pareto partners with MELA FOR HER

Facilities services provider Pareto has partnered with MELA FOR HER, an Ethiopian sustainable period charity to raise awareness of the social enterprise and the opportunity for eco-friendly period products. MELA FOR HER is a social start-up enterprise that transforms women ...

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