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From the organisers of

27 February meeting to decide stone training funding allocations

22 February 2013
Make sure you get your share of this year's training allocation from ConstructionSkills – call Ian Major on 07851 063938.

Allocation of the £25,000 ConstructionSkills is making available for training by the Natural Stone Industry Training Board (NSITB) this year (click here to read about the allocation) will be decided at the next meeting of the Board on 27 February at the offices of consultants Sandberg, 40 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0EB.

The NSITG has been invited to identify the industry's training needs, conduct the training and submit an application for payment with supporting evidence for reimbursement.

You can't afford to miss out on this no-strings free training offer

Many courses are available through the National Construction College, which has training centres nationwide, or, subject to negotiation and the numbers involved, the courses can be delivered at company premises.

Alternatively, training can be arranged through a company's local, regular training provider.

Some examples of the courses that benefitted stone companies last year were:

  • One-day Health and Safety Awareness for new start operators
  • Two-day Site Supervisors’ Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) or 1 Day Refresher
  • Five-day Site Management Safety Training Scheme SMSTS or 2 Day Refresher
  • One-day Day Directors’ Responsibilities for Health and Safety
  • One-day PASMA Mobile Access Towers
  • One-day IPAF MEWP Boom and Scissor
  • One-day Environmental Management Systems at Site Level
  • One-day Site Sustainability Simplified
  • One-day Waste Management on Site

However, the scope of training topics allowable under the scheme is broad. It could, for example, cover Marketing as well as Management and Leadership subjects.

Stone Federation Great Britain is strongly recommending its members to take advantage of this time-limited opportunity. But it is not only Federation members who are eligible for funding.

If you want to take advantage of this offer call Ian Major at StoneTrain on 07851 063938 or email [email protected].


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