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UCT is now approved to deliver Power Skills Scheme Fitting units

By |January 13th, 2020|Categories: News|

UCT is now approved to deliver Power Skills Scheme Fitting units, the only UK provider approved, at present.   Designed to establish good practice across distribution network operators (DNOs) and transmission operators (TOs), the scheme sets common standards for the training and assessment of core skills, reducing the need to duplicate training as individuals move between sites or employers. The Power Skills Scheme covers core technical competencies, which are transferrable >>

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UCT opens new office in London

By |October 1st, 2019|Categories: News|

UCT opens new office in London UCT offers a range of training solutions to businesses from our London hub. Combining our unique knowledge and understanding of the utility & construction sectors we use our expertise to provide tailored bespoke solutions to meet your specific training requirements. This can range from one off bookings for specific products to a partially managed service. Whereby our senior team will engage with your >>

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New partnership

By |October 1st, 2019|Categories: News|

Utility and Construction Training Ltd. (UCT) and Learning and Development Associates Ltd. (L&DA) are extremely pleased to announce the launch of their strategic partnership in supplying world class Training provision to the Water Sector. Why work with us? UCT and L&DA are both committed to supporting ‘Workforce Resilience’ as the industry readies itself for the impact of PR19. The Drinking Water Inspectorate have been explicit in setting out there >>

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