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£1m electrical training centre set to open in Yorkshire

Market-leading electrical training course provider, Trade Skills 4U (TS4U), is celebrating the launch of its new state-of-the-art training facility in Leeds, as it looks to target aspiring ... more

Closing the skills gap

To be effective, an electrical circuit can't have any gaps. Here, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at industrial automation equipment supplier, EU Automation, uses this analogy to explain why we ... more

ESP provides boost to NICEIC fire training provision

Training facilities at the NICEIC’s head office in Dunstable have received a welcome boost with the provision of two new training boards produced and supplied by leading fire protection and security ... more

Bursary Scheme to help more women into electrical industry

To celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8) NICEIC is setting up a bursary scheme to help women in the electrical industry more

Are you ready for an apprentice?

The Government’s apprenticeship levy has been making headlines for a while now, and not all those headlines are positive. However, this shouldn’t put small businesses off employing an apprentice. ... more

Inclusivity for UK manufacturing - Baroness Burt backs Inclusivity campaign

ESP puts the emphasis on training

Manufacturing and engineering membership body, the Made in Group, which includes Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire, is launching an Inclusivity campaign, backed by Baroness Lorely Burt, ... more
The appointment of a new training manager and the total refurbishment of the company’s purpose-designed Mobile Training & Demonstration Unit, confirms ESP’s commitment to putting training and ... more

Children are the key to solving the UK’s productivity puzzle

Recent figures show that this has been Britain’s worst decade for productivity for over 200 years. This can be attributed, in part, to the ongoing skills shortage more

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