The T4TS Weekend Catch Up: 14-20 February
Posted by Train4tradeSkills
In case you missed what’s going on during the week, Train4TradeSkills introduces the Weekly Round-Up, which will have all of the best stories from our blogs (and a few others) and the latest plumbing, electrician and gas industry news from the last week.
1) The Best of our Student Blogs:
MONDAY: Stephen tells us what he’s been up to on his plumbing course and fills us in on his never-ending quest for work experience – http://bit.ly/eQwDir
WEDNESDAY: Solar panels with your groceries – Sainsbury’s now selling solar panels in partnership with British Gas – http://bit.ly/hVPwLY
WEDNESDAY: Chris Huhne wants the UK to lead the way on low-carbon economy (Construction News) – http://bit.ly/fJjccd
3) Cheap tools, Tommy’s secrets and cheap digs for sparkies
THURSDAY: Tommy Walsh launches new trades site offering advice and cheap construction tools – http://bit.ly/f6QLqN
FRIDAY: Are you an electrician and looking for cheap accommodation? New site helps you out (My Local Electrician) – http://bit.ly/hC3KLt
4) London Olympics still hogging all the headlines
MONDAY: We break down what West Ham’s Olympic win means for the construction industry – http://bit.ly/dT8o6s
WEDNESDAY: ODA boosts struggling contractors with increased funding – http://bit.ly/fdsMJ3
5) The Best Bits from T4TS Radio
TUESDAY: Michael chats to us about his electrician course (T4TS Radio Blog) – http://bit.ly/fX2ay4
FRIDAY: T4TS Radio speaks to Victor about training to become a plumber (T4TS Radio) – http://bit.ly/eKd10d
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Posted on February 19, 2011, in electrician, electrician courses, electrician jobs, plumbing, plumbing courses, plumbing jobs, train4tradeskills and tagged Chris Huhne, construction news, electrician news, London Olympics, plumbing news, Social media, Solar panel, t4ts, train 4 trade skills, train4tradeskills. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.