SELECT is taking the opportunity to bring major figures from both the Yes and the No camps together to clarify the arguments and help members make informed decisions
A hopeful crowd of professionals from the electrical trade will compete in October for the chance of winning a prestigious Electrical Industry Award
59% of specialist contractors are anticipating an increase in workload over the next quarter while 72% expect to see an increase over the next year
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SELECT invites members to have a say on the referendum: http://t.co/q4aZKvf3k0
ECIC sees 91 per cent reduction in business failures in electrical sector http://t.co/0PQ14lhg3c
Kier appoints LJJ on £4.2 million M&E project at Farnborough business park http://t.co/9RvDdwyoZ8
There are a myriad of issues that can cause electric motors to fail. However, among this rogue’s gallery of problems there is a set of usual suspects that crop up more often than the others. In this post we’ve compiled a list of the top five causes. It’s a bit like the Brit Awards but with less James Cordon and more electrical engineering, which can only be a good thing. By Jonathan Wilkins
UKTI funding supports company develop a robust strategy for expansion in the Middle East, South Africa and the Far East
When choosing an electrical training provider, you naturally want to ensure that you get the right training and qualifications. It’s a big investment that you are making, so you want to be certain that your chosen training provider is going to deliver?
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