Education & Training
EACH year The Wolfson Centre, part of the Engineering Department at the University of Greenwich, runs a programme of short courses for industry to help with bulk solids materials handling problems...
THE Pennines branch of the Institute of Asphalt Technology is holding an Asphalt Training Day at Statham Lodge, Lymm, near Warrington, on Thursday 29 November.
MENTOR has become the first training organization to be successfully accredited by EMP Awarding Body Ltd to provide plant training in the extractive and mineral-processing industry.
THE Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) for lorry drivers will be introduced in 2009 and will mean that existing heavy goods vehicle licence holders will need to complete a minimum of 35h...
STARTING next month, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) is holding a series of one-day transport legislation seminars designed for transport managers, supervisors and others responsible for...
EPIC has been approved by the West Midlands Learning and Skills Council to deliver a key government-funded skills-improvement programme for two EPIC member companies in the region.
THE first Proskills national conference, scheduled to take place on 25 September at The Belfry in the West Midlands, has been postponed.
PETER Fuchs, son of polar explorer Sir Vivian Fuchs and a past president of The Institute of Quarrying, is to relaunch the Fuchs Foundation as an educational charity.
SHARING best practice to seriously improve business performance.
EMP Awarding Body has announced the launch of its accreditation scheme for training programmes within the extractives and minerals processing industries.
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.