A list of entries tagged with July 2018 innovation

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Bespoke Training for Women Off to Work

Published 13 August 2018 | Written by Ushna Mughal
CategoriesCareers advice Careers advice Disadvantaged groups Personal development Training

Mace’s LSE team partnered with the Abbey Centre in Westminster to develop a brand new long term employment programme to address a pertinent need in the local community. There are over 20.6 million women in the UK’s working age population of which 2.9 million (14%) are from a Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background. There is, however, a significant…

Encouraging Operatives to take CCS e-learning Courses

Published 25 July 2018 | Written by Darren Pope
CategoriesE-learning Training

To enthuse the workforce and align them with current relevant, industry aligned issues, we have attempted to encourage enrolment in the CCS e-learning courses. Using a poster we have grabbed attention using the incentive of a bacon roll for successful completion of the current e-learning modules available on the Best Practice Hub. We have found that these modules are not…

Package Management and Negotiated Fieldwork

Published 20 July 2018 | Written by Ushna Mughal

Mace team at LSE Centre Buildings Redevelopment project were approached by Westminster University to support their Management 4 module undertaken by Year 2 BSc Construction Studies students. Mace staff took this opportunity to develop a cohesive learning module for the students that provides an understanding of systems that allow project managers to oversee a steelwork package. Working with Mace staff,…