Archive - 2012
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CITB-ConstructionSkills has announced it will more than double the rate of grant available to employers for Training Plan and Short Duration training courses for one year only in a bid to boost the industry’s skills base.
There were 25 fatal accidents reported to the International Powered Access federation (IPAF) in the first nine months of 2012.
Sir Ranulph will be leading a six-strong team, which includes two Finning engineers, to travel nearly 4000 km in temperatures of up to minus 90°C. Previously, the furthest any expedition has ever ventured into Antarctica during the winter is 97km.
Sibbald Training are delighted to announce we now have 3 CPCS Approved Test Centres to provide all your Plant Training & Testing.
Last weekend (4th & 5th August) we attended the Truckfest Show at Ingliston.
Testimonials from happy clients are very important to us at Sibbald.
We had a few different competitions going on over the 2 days with a 360 Mini Excavator competition for kids, a 180 Excavator challenge for the Adults and Roll a Dice for everyone to join in.
Constructionarium is now well underway at the NEW Scottish Site at Sibbald Training in Blackridge, West Lothian. The site has been provided from Sibbald Training to the project for aproximately 10 years. Some Facts on the Project:
JCB was today honoured with a Queen’s Award marking the global success of its iconic backhoe loader – in the same week the company confirmed it had retained its crown as the World’s Number One manufacturer of the machine.
Graham Wren has been appointed chief executive of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). He starts his new job in 1 May.