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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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A “one nation” approach to training is essential to ensure skills, standards and safety are consistent everywhere across Scotland and the UK, electrical bodies have warned. Localised training has been suggested as a ‘quick fix’ for teaching would-be electricians new skil

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Apprentices from both ends of the electrical training journey have once again revealed their behind-the-scenes secrets in the second episode of the new industry podcast from the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) and electrical trade association SELECT.

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Construction trade association SELECT has welcomed Schneider Electric, Robus LED Group and CompEx to its growing associate membership scheme. The three major enterprises join 25 existing associates who have built mutually beneficial relationships with SELECT’s member businesses over the past 1

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A big-hearted Scottish training officer is saddling up for the cycling challenge of a lifetime to raise funds for the industry charity which helped him face his own mental health issues. Frankie Greig, who oversees apprentices for the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), is prepari

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A stalwart of the electrical industry has been recognised for his tireless contribution to the sector with honorary membership of construction trade association SELECT. David Smith, a past president of the organisation and a former representative of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch, was accor

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