Education & Training
CEMEX UK and Hanson were among 150 leading employers from across England who signed the Skills Pledge on 14 June at a major event hosted by UK skills envoy Sir Digby Jones.
Corus Northern Engineering Services (CNES), the engineering arm within the Corus Group, are offering a range of e-learning courses for their staff and customers.
Many employers, particularly SMEs, are confused by the numerous health and safety occupational standards and training courses available.
A fully accredited CPCS training school has opened at Liebherr’s headquarters in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
Three graduates who joined CEMEX UK will be living out of their suitcases for most of this year, as they travel around the country to get to know the ins and outs of the quarrying industry.
JCB have shown a strong commitment to helping to get young people to pursue careers in the engineering and manufacturing professions.
Flexible Steel Lacing Co.
This year’s Access Summit, organized by the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF), focused on the theme of management responsibility for MEWPs (mobile elevated work platforms).
The Maudslay Initiative, a project led by the Occupational Standards Council for Engineering (OSCEng), could transform the way in which engineering and manufacturing industries train, develop and...
THE UK’s £6 billion quarrying and road-surfacing industry, which provides employment for around 60,000 people, is this week launching its first-ever recognized higher-education programmes at the...
JCB have unveiled plans for their new £20 million Academy, which will give young people across Staffordshire and Derbyshire the opportunity to pursue careers in engineering and manufacturing.
AS part of a package of support for the new Diploma in Quarry Technology to be offered by the University of Derby from September 2007, The Institute of Quarrying will be transferring Mike Smith...