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The new president of Scotland’s largest construction industry trade association, SELECT, has warned that the demands on the electrical network to power artificial intelligence (AI) may become unsustainable as it becomes a growing part of society. Mike Stark, who took over as president of the c

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Scotland’s electrical bodies have rushed to congratulate a talented young electrical apprentice who will take on the best in the world at a prestigious global skills competition in France later this year. Danny McBean, 21, from Dufftown, Morayshire, will face the challenge of a lifetime after

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SELECT managing director Alan Wilson has told thousands of podcast listeners that there are “no second chances” with electrical safety – and it is vital that consumers know that the electricians they use for the ongoing electrification of society are qualified and competent. Speaki

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Campaigning trade association SELECT is continuing its ongoing mission to educate and inform electricians with another important free resource aimed at apprentices and adult trainees. The trade body is distributing vital information about protective devices which outlines the various technologies th

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The Scottish Government needs to set minimum standards of competence for installers as well as installations as it seeks to implement new domestic heating standards, according to electrical trade body SELECT. The campaigning association added that any new plans also have to take into accou

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A respected industry professional who has already made a major contribution to training and skills in Scotland is to take over the running of the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), the approved training scheme for the country’s electrical apprentices. Construction industry

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A close-knit family electrical firm is this week celebrating a unique milestone as it chalks up its 50th year as a member of trade association SELECT. Over the last half century, AC Electrics has grown from humble beginnings in Cleland, Lanarkshire, to become a pioneer of green technology that&rsquo

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Scotland’s leading electrical bodies say they are looking ahead to 2024 with confidence as new figures show a healthy pipeline of emerging young talent – but also insist that industry-led apprenticeships are the only way to deliver the future of skills development. The Scottish Joint Ind

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Scotland’s largest construction trade association SELECT has responded to the rising demand for electric vehicle (EV) charge points by launching its first installation training course. Developed after extensive consultation with its 1,260 member firms, the one-day module can be delivered in pe

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