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New publications from Stone Federation to help you through the Sustainability maze.
18 June 2012 | Training
Stone Federation ran two ‘Sustainability Workshops’ (at BRE in Garston and in York) in April to try to clarify some of the issues surrounding the subject. The Workshops were paid for by...
The stone industry gets a workshop on sustainability.
18 June 2012 | Training
It can be difficult to know what to do to get stone’s sustainability message to customers. Conferences by BRE in Garston and York last month, organised by Stone Federation Great Britain with...
17 May 2012 | Training
Free workshops explaining how to take advantage of the sustainability benefits of natural stone are being held in Watford and York this month. Titled “Natural Stone, The Sustainable Solution,...
 
19 March 2012 | Training
At a glance:Mothballing of Vacant Historic Buildings (February)Conservation Engineering – repair of historic structures (March)Brickwork Masterclass: Chimneys (in partnership with Historic...
20 February 2012 | Training
Stone Federation has been successful in a bid for Growth Fund finance from ConstructionSkills to enable it to offer training in sustainability management awareness.The project is called ‘...
This year's William Morris Fellows are: (left to right) Kenny McCaffrey, Paul Agar, Emlyn Harris and  Thomas Soare.
12 January 2012 | Training
Craftsmen and women who go on William Morris Craft Fellowships are amazed at how much they learn, what a great time they have and what a boost it gives to their careers by having it on their CVs. It...
18 October 2011 | Training
This course to be held at the NAMM Training Centre, 1 Castle Mews, Rugby, CV21 2XL on Wednesday 19 October 2011 A course in 2 parts - Candidates have the option of attending Part 1 only (for...
Delegates during a site visit on SPAB's Repair of Old Buildings Course last year.
12 October 2011 | Training
SPAB’s autumn Repair of Old Buildings course is for anyone who works with old buildings – and in the current economic climate this could be a good way of extending your knowledge and...
There are a record number of trainees on the Stone Federation's StoneTrain courses this year.
13 September 2011 | Training
The company, the individual and the industry as a whole benefit from a qualified workforce. And there has never been a better time to sign up with the Specialist Apprenticeship Programme. Not only is...
18 July 2011 | Training
The National Stone Centre, set in 50acres of Derbyshire countryside near Wirksworth, is holding a number of dry stone walking courses this year for beginners and improvers.For beginners, spaces are...
18 July 2011 | Training
Letter Carving in Stone Courses for 2011 Organised by The Memorial Arts Charity Three and five-day workshops (non-residential) catering for all levels from beginner to advanced. Letter Carving in...
18 July 2011 | Training
Why do you need one? How to get one? Which one to get? This semnar by By EISC – Enterprise Europe will provide you with the answers, including a look at ISO 14001, EMAS, BS 8555. This workshop...
Will Davies’ Globe in Kilkenny limestone.
15 June 2011 | Training
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) has provided a lot of scholarships to help craftsmen and women, including many stone workers, to enhance their skills since it was set up in 1990. This...
Hoping to represent stonemasonry on the WorldSkills Team UK are (L-R) Chris Berridge, Alex Boyd and Thomas Whitehead.
16 May 2011 | Training
The three hopefuls competing to represent stonemasonry at this year’s WorldSkills contest, taking place 5-8 October in ExCeL London, are currently preparing for their final assessment in June....
16 May 2011 | Training
Tax help is at hand for businesses during April when HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) continues its programme of free workshops.The workshops are going to be held in Northern Ireland. They are aimed...

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