Over the past few months there have been whispers of the housing market beginning to pick up.
One of our original members of staff has retired after 16 years with the organisation and 46 years in the electrical industry.
Nick Clegg has announced a review of employment and training options for 16 to 24-year-olds.
A scheme to help young people gain employment through social media has been launched in England.
Electrical Training Trust Chief Executive Derek Thompson (right) promotes the SparkSafe initiative at the GR White & Son 40th birthday celebrations in Enniskillen. He is joined by Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster and Rodney White (left) and George White from GR White & Son.
Just when you were getting used to the First Amendment, the Second Amendment is on its way.
ETT would like to offer a big congratulations to GR White & Son. On Friday 2nd November 2012, the local electrical contractor celebrated 40 years in business.
SparkSafe, an initiative by ETT, is aimed at promoting the benefits of employing qualified and licensed electrical workers.
The RICS Construction Market Survey said 2013 was the "least negative start to the year" since 2008. All sectors of the industry in NI saw falling workloads in the first three months. It said the outlook remained negative with many of those surveyed expecting workloads to be lower in a year.
A record 11 applications are being made for each apprenticeship vacancy in the UK, the latest official data suggests.