Train4TradeSkills Weekend Catch-Up: 25-31 July
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In case you missed what’s going on during the week, Train4TradeSkills introduces the WeekendCatch-Up, which will have all of the best stories from our blogs (and a few others) and the latest plumbing, electrician and construction industry news from the last week.
Here’s the top three stories of the week:
As the work on the 2012 London Olympics nears completion, on budget and on schedule, Train4TradeSkills News examines the effect the Olympics has had on the construction industry in what is very challenging times. We look at how many jobs the project has created, to what the future holds for contractors, and whether they can get involved in projects like the 2016 Olympics in Rio and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. READ MORE>>
After a disappointing set of results in the first quarter of 2011, the construction industry has bounced back and had a promising second quarter.After a disappointing set of results in the first quarter of 2011, the construction industry has bounced back and had a promising second quarter, with growth of 0.5%. READ MORE>>
Steve Hills is training to become a plumber with Train4TradeSkills.Tom Jinks from T4TS Radio spoke to Steve to find out how he was getting on with his training, how he set up his own plumbing business and the practical experience he was getting outside his course. READ MORE>>
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Posted on July 30, 2011, in train4tradeskills, construction news, construction jobs, Plumbing News, Electrical News, t4ts and tagged train4tradeskills, construction, 2012 Summer Olympics, t4ts, Facebook, Train4trades, train 4 trade skills, construction blog, plumbing blog, electrician blog, construction news, Social media, plumbing news, electrical news. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.