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Gas Safety Week 2017

 Aug, 08 - 2017   Gas

It’s not long until the busy heating season, the time of year when the heating systems of England spark back into life as the cold sets in again. That also means it’s nearly time for Gas Safety Week, the annual celebration of gas safety and awareness. Gas Safety Week is...


Getting The Right Information & Training on Asbestos

 Jul, 31 - 2017   Safety

If you work in building services or construction there is a very high chance that at some point, you will come into contact with asbestos. If you are an employer, you must make sure that anyone who is liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work, or who supervises those...


More delays to the RHI

 Jul, 13 - 2017   Renewable Energy

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) reforms have been delayed until after the summer. Due to the ongoing unstable political landscape in the UK caused by the snap election and Brexit, the reforms have already suffered a number of delays and setbacks. Now, with the changes to the government and current...


The ACS clock is ticking…

 Jul, 14 - 2017   Gas

As we countdown to October and the ACS changes, you as an aspiring gas engineer might be wondering what, if anything, you should do about this. Taking the time off to train requires a pretty big commitment and is not to be taken lightly. If you have already been to...


ACS stats 2017 – Infographic

 Jul, 13 - 2017   Gas

With change imminent, we thought we would look at some of the key statistics surrounding ACS throughout its 20-year history. Failure stats Experienced trades professionals often complain that it’s impossible to fail ACS assessments. The statistics beg to differ. These figures are the total numbers of failures for each sector...


Do you want to become a plumber?

 Jul, 12 - 2017   Plumbing

Are you interested in becoming a plumber? Does a trade for life sound appealing? It’s physically demanding, you need to have a decent knowledge of maths and science and be ready and willing to get your hands dirty. But, if you like working with your hands and learning new skills,...


ACS Gas Changes 2017 – What you need to know

 Jul, 12 - 2017   Gas

The Nationally Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) is the industry recognised route for someone looking to become a member of the Gas Safe Register. It was introduced in 1997 and has seen many changes throughout its 20 year history. From the 1st October 2017 the scheme is being updated and as...


Solar independence day 2017

 Jul, 01 - 2017   Green Issues

July is here – No we can’t believe it either. The 4th July is Solar independence day, a yearly celebration of all things Solar and we want as many people as possible to get involved (so do the Solar Trade Association.) STA are keen to get as many people on...


What’s in the 18th edition wiring regulations?

 Jun, 27 - 2017   Electrical

With 18th edition a year away, it’s time for electricians, technicians, and installers to take note. The draft has been released for professionals and anyone with an interest to read and comment on but many of you simply don’t have the time to read through what is a massive document....


Political uncertainty – Does this give solar a new hope?

 Jun, 21 - 2017   Renewable Energy

With the shockwaves from the recent election still being felt in every corner of the country, a solar revival may be on the cards according to the Solar Trade Association (STA). All the confusion surrounding the government, a potential deal with the DUP and a manifesto that looks like it...


Family business – Training the next generation

 Jun, 20 - 2017   Careers

The building services engineering trades have always carried the tradition of handing businesses down father-to-son (or daughter in more recent times), but a new study from AXA has shown that this trend is increasing amongst the millennial generation – those aged under 35.   As well as a high job...


18th edition is on the horizon

 Jun, 07 - 2017   Electrical

IET have confirmed that the 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations BS 7671 is due to be published in 2018. Prior to publication, IET are asking the public to have their say on things. The Draft for public comment is now available to read and comment on from now until...


General Election 2017 – It’s election week

 Jun, 05 - 2017   General

Politics has taken over in the last few weeks. It’s been such a turbulent time for the country and the issues our industry faces for the future have fallen by the wayside. Of course security has become the major talking point but once the dust settles, what about the things...


Future wage growth dependant on “smooth” Brexit

 May, 16 - 2017   General

In the wake of a decade of public spending cuts, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned that 2017 will be a “challenging time for British households” in the face of rising inflation, predicting that “wages won’t keep up with prices”. UK economic growth forecasts for 2017 have been...


Short courses – use what you know to learn something new

 May, 15 - 2017   Training

Short courses get a bad rep from experienced trades-people but is this warranted or is it just another case of the building services industry moving with the fast-paced times we live in? ‘Up-skilling’ is the new buzzword in our industry and being adaptable in the current climate has got to...


Trades talk – questions on twitter

 May, 09 - 2017   Tips/Advice

Starting from this Sunday (14th May) We will be taking part in a series of regular Twitter conversations with other industry figures on a variety of subjects. The first is all about Twitter. Our resident Digital Marketing expert, Jonny Lawrence, will be on hand to answer questions from Trades Talk...


Firex – Fire Safety

 May, 05 - 2017   Trade Shows

Firex international 2017 takes place at London’s ExCeL centre on the 20-22 June. Over 120 companies take part, showcasing the best in fire prevention, detection, and prevention. Over 16,000 industry professionals are expected to attend the event to learn, network and do business. Register for free here   What’s on...


Pension auto enrolment – Don’t get stung with a 10k fine

 Dec, 28 - 2016   Business

If you are an employer with one or more people working for you, under the pensions Act 2008, you must put your employer(s) into a pension scheme and contribute towards it. First of all understand that this is your legal duty, even if you only employ one person, you are...