As property prices are rising all across the UK, and increased immigration puts more pressure on the countries already tight housing market, you would expect a glut of new housing construction.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
NVQ assessor Marcus Wallbridge works throughout the UK making sure workers are both knowledgeable of current building regulations, and have a level of skill appropriate to their position.
We find the most ridiculous planning mistakes and wonder how they managed to put them in place without realising the issues!
Hard working, or hardly working? You tell me!
All you need to do is send us a photo of how you celebrate Valentines Day with the hashtag #LoveConstruction to one of our social media accounts.
Get your photo posted by Sunday at 11.59PM and on Monday we will select the winner of a bottle of Champagne and a box of chocolates delivered to your door!
In the wake of Tata Steel’s January 18th announcement that it would be cutting more than 1000 jobs in the UK alone, many are worried. This is on top of the 1200+ job cuts Tata announced in October of 2015. Tata itself puts the blame on inexpensive steel imports, mainly from China.
They will be making a variety of learning tools available early this year, which will dramatically change the way the theory module of IPAF testing is done. Once these tools are adopted, a student will have the option of revising for the theory section online in complete privacy and security, on nearly any internet capable device.
A summary of all the companies who have been fined by HSE for improper or non-existent health & safety practises.