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  • Virtual College

    Customer Care - Why you need good Customer Care

    Virtual College

    This module looks at some of the reasons why your organisation needs to take customer care seriously and recognise why you need a customer care programme.

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  • Virtual College

    Customer Care - Customer Care Handling Complaints

    Virtual College

    This module looks how to improve your complaints handling procedure and to develop a complaints handling procedure that strengthens the bond between your company and your customers.

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  • Shout Out Safety

    Essential COSHH Awareness

    Shout Out Safety

    To comply with COSHH regulations 2002. Managers and staff need to be aware of the risks and procedures regarding the regulation. It covers: What are hazardous substances; How these can... Read more

  • Norbain SD Ltd

    Intruder Alarm Systems Foundation Course

    Norbain SD Ltd

    This course is designed for those beginning in the industry or those who would like a refresher on the latest developments in this field. The course includes subjects on legislation... Read more

  • Wallgate

    Innovative Washroom Solutions for the Education Sector


    Schools are constantly battling the challenges and costs of flooding; mess; vandalism and misuse of their toilets. Problems that can be easily avoided through correct washroom... Read more

  • Virtual College

    Principles of Customer Service - How the service chain supports the delivery of good customer service

    Virtual College

    This module outlines how the service chain supports the delivery of goof customer service.

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  • Virtual College

    Principles of Customer Service - The Relationship between expectation and satisfaction

    Virtual College

    This module looks at customer service and looks at how to make customers feel that the business is genuinely interested in them as people; not merely accounts.

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  • Virtual College

    Principles of Customer Service – The Service Offer of Organisations

    Virtual College

    This module outlines how you can understand the service offers of different organisations; from the products and service that can be offered to how poor delivery of a service offer can... Read more

  • Virtual College

    Your Organisation: Understanding School Structures and what Children Should Learn

    Virtual College

    This course covers; among others; topics such as the core purpose of your school; the role of governors and trustees in defining the core purpose; the education system structure and... Read more

  • ARK Housing Consultancy Limited

    Youth Leaders

    ARK Housing Consultancy Limited

    Talent Match is a Test and Learn programme. The purpose of the youth leader training is equipping the youth leaders with the tools; techniques and knowledge to help positively engage... Read more

  • Wolf Systems

    easi-joist – metalweb joist system

    Wolf Systems

    A guide to the easi-joist metalweb joist system; to give an understanding of the product and highlighting the advantages and benefits of the metalweb joist over other joist systems. Read more

  • British Pump Manufacturers' Association

    Pump Systems

    British Pump Manufacturers' Association

    This one-day course is designed to enable individuals to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the factors that have to be considered in the design of pump systems. Using... Read more

More information about Construction

The construction industry contributed £103 billion to the economy in 2014, which equates to 6.5% of the UK total. The industry employs over 2.1 million people, an impressive 6.3% of total employment. Construction is an extremely large industry, complex and diverse, covering a wide range of activities including house-builders, commercial property developers, designers & architects, materials producers, technicians, specifiers, manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and consultants (, No: 01432, 6 Aug 2015).

The Department for Business Innovation & Skills UK Construction Economic Analysis Report (July, 2013) states that the construction industry is one of the largest sectors in the UK but is significantly more fragmented than its main European competitors. Major factors that are creating change in the sector include the ongoing movement towards a globalised market, demand for sustainable development and the technological growth of emerging economies.

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