Charlotte Bamber on 17 June 2013
Training your employees can bring lots of benefits to your business here are ETTs 10 Reasons to Train your Employees
Chris Walker on 10 June 2013
Are you an electrical worker with no electrical qualifications? Or do you have an incomplete electrical qualification? Do you need to update your current qualifications? Have you been thinking about upgrading from the role of helper or labourer to that of a qualified electrician?
Charlotte Bamber on 21 May 2013
The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland has an important role in supporting small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Northern Ireland through the provision of advice and assistance on day-to-day equality issues.
Derek Thompson on 14 May 2013
Find out more about the SparkSafe LTP by attending one of four information sessions at this years Electrical, Energy and Lighting Trade Show.
David Richmond on 13 May 2013
The introduction of energy smart meters in 30 million UK homes will be delayed for more than a year, the government has announced.
Derek Thompson on 10 May 2013
Pressure is growing for an emergency risk assessment to be carried out at a new state of the art hospital - less than a year after it opened.
Have you ever wondered what the industry's influential figures have on their desks? From a plane ticket to China to EEIBA's Annual Report, find out more about Ian Humphreys, B.I. Electrical's Managing Director.
Derek Thompson on 11 April 2013
The Northern Ireland electrical contracting industry today launched a campaign to highlight the need for a licensing scheme for all electrical workers.
Maurice Torrington on 03 April 2013
Electrical industry training charity NET has published information on AM2 hints and tips and common candidate errors.
Derek Thompson on 20 March 2013
Finance Minister, Sammy Wilson, has outlined the details of the new payment method which the Government is hoping will help safeguard sub-contractor payments in many Government construction contracts.