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  • National Energy Action

    Vulnerability; Fuel Poverty and Health - Getting the Best Energy Deal

    National Energy Action

    This 1-day course is aimed at organisations that work with armed forces personnel to provide them with the knowledge to advise on energy-related matters in a meaningful way.

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  • Excitech

    BIM Processes & Procedures

    Excitech

    A facilitated one day training course focusing on the principles of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 and the application of industry standard methods and processes

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  • Nedap

    How to design flexibility and efficiency into security specifications

    Nedap

    Could changing the way you define specifications for physical security systems improve customer satisfaction? This Lunch and Learn session looks at how specifications can influence both... Read more

  • Virtual College

    Clinical Supervision

    Virtual College

    This module aims to support your understanding of clinical supervision and how it will improve your effectiveness; as well as patient care. It will help you to consider models of... Read more

  • Virtual College

    The Safe Management of Diabetes in End of Life care

    Virtual College

    This module aims to increase the understanding of the management of diabetes during the last year or final days of life.

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  • Jupiter Play & Leisure

    Planning a Strategy for Inclusive Design

    Jupiter Play & Leisure

    Almost 1 in 5 people in the UK have a disability and disabled children between the ages of 0 -16 are the fastest growing group among the population of disabled people. This presentation... Read more

  • Nant

    Legionella & You- A practical approach to Prevention

    Nant

    This course has be designed to help premises operating in the healthcare sector (included but not limited to nursing homes) to take away practical tips and idea to apply to their own... Read more

  • Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association

    GD20 Serviceability states and deflections criteria

    Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association

    In structural engineering serviceability refers to the conditions under which a building is still considered useful. This course sets out an overview of the issues that need to be... Read more

  • Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association

    GD28 Mineral wool insulation installation best practice guides

    Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association

    Insulating a building is one of the most cost-effective ways of saving energy and reducing heating and cooling bills. Installation practices at the construction phase must ensure that... Read more

  • HSQE

    Electrical Safety Awareness

    HSQE

    This electrical safety awareness course serves as a quick; simple; effective way of explaining the risks associated with electricity and the practical steps that can be taken to manage... Read more

  • Datateam Business Media

    Sensors & Instrumentation 2016

    Datateam Business Media

    Sensors & Instrumentation is the UK’s only national sensors event for the test; measurement & Control sectors. Includes over 80 leading suppliers & seminars

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  • EOS Facades

    SFS - A Framework For Building A Better Future

    EOS Facades

    An introductory seminar to EOS Facades; An introductory seminar to cold-formed sections; specifically how they are used in the SFS and steel frame markets in the UK. The seminar covers... 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 (www.parliament.uk, 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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