The long-running campaign by SELECT, the electrotechnical trade association, which is also backed by the Scottish Joint Industry Board (The SJIB) and Unite the Union, for recognition of Electricians as a Profession achieved a major milestone last week (Oct 25) when the issue was deb
It was best foot forward on the rugged Pentland Hills as electricians’ body SELECT got behind the President’s Walk to raise much-needed funds for the industry’s own charity.
SELECT, the campaigning body for the electro-technical trade in Scotland, has been updating its members on key points from the newly launched 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations.
SELECT, the campaigning trade body which represents the electro-technical sector in Scotland, is taking two Penicuik, Midlothian schoolgirls through a four week internship with the help of leading charity, Career Ready.
SELECT, the campaigning body for the electrotechnical trade in Scotland, is calling on the Scottish Government to learn from the collapse of Carillion plc by appointing a Chief Construction Advisor (CCA) to regulate aspects of the construction industry, most urgently on the issue of late payment.
Another year of successful awareness raising, outreach and training initiatives was recorded at the AGM of SELECT, the campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland.
Darrell, who has been working in tandem with Newell during a handover period, has a wide range of commercial experience, most recently with industry bodies such as EEF, the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institute of Directors.
SELECT, the campaigning body for the electrotechnical trade in Scotland, has responded to a Scottish Government consultation paper on Landlord Registration. The consultation recently took place by the Scottish Government’s Landlord Registration Team.
Representatives of both employers and employees, of SELECT, have come together in Scotland to press the case with Government for the protection of title for the occupation of an electrician, a move which it is estimated could boost the economy by £58 million.