on Dydd Mercher, 12th Chwefror, 2014 - 11:56 am
Two new animated videos have been released by BEST. Meet Bryn and Meet Sophie introduce a builder and an architect and look at how training through the BEST Programme can improve their business.
The first shows Bryn, a builder from Merthyr, who is concerned about the waste he is throwing in a ski... (read more)
on Dydd Sul, 21st Gorffennaf, 2013 - 10:09 pm
BEST is looking for an artist/illustrator/animator or Creative Agency to work collaboratively with the Programme Management Office to devise and develop a 10 minute (max) short film that will introduce the BEST Programme, it’s newly developed training course and outline the case for sustainabil... (read more)
on Dydd Mawrth, 18th Mehefin, 2013 - 4:09 pm
A training programme to put Wales at the forefront of sustainability expertise in the built environment sector has taken a major step forward with a series of ‘meet the buyer’ events. Over 40 training providers attended the events in Cardiff, Llandudno and Carmarthen to hear how they can bene... (read more)
on Dydd Iau, 30th Mai, 2013 - 12:28 pm
The BEST launch events took place in May 2013 at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay and Venue Cymru, Llandudno. The events included an introduction to BEST by Programme Director Dr Julie Gwilliam and presentations by Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Jeff Cuthbert AM, Professor Phil Jones, Head of ... (read more)
on Dydd Mercher, 24th Ebrill, 2013 - 4:21 pm
A major new training programme for professionals in the built environment sector aims to put Wales at the forefront of sustainability expertise. Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST) will offer flexible, subsidised training to develop knowledge and skills in the latest sustainability p... (read more)
on Dydd Mawrth, 16th Ebrill, 2013 - 3:14 pm
An £8m EU-backed programme that will develop a blueprint to drive forward skills in the built environment and support Wales' low carbon economy has been announced by Finance Minister, Jane Hutt. (read more)
on Dydd Mercher, 28th Tachwedd, 2012 - 9:08 am
UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2011 finds many employers consider their staff to be fully proficient & that staff don't need training. Read it in full here.