This is a reminder to all BACH NEC Wednesday 20 June 2018, South and Central College, Birmingham
We have accommodation held for Tuesday night, which will be bookable on the www.bach.ac.uk shortly. It really assist us if everyone could book online, that way we can run hotel booking lists with one click. If not, we are exporting them to Excel and adding those booking made by email.
Rooms are available at the Hampton by Hilton in the centre of Birmingham. See Hampton by Hilton, Birmingham website
The meeting kis kindly hosted by our Chair Bob Howlett at South & City College Birmingham See Bordesley Green Campus
Wednesday 21 November 2018 is the BACH Autumn Development Day CPD in the West Midlands.
NEC has decided that for every fully paid up member organisation they will issue 1 free place and another at a discounted rate. These places are to be used by Named members.
HOLD THE DATE – you would not want to miss this event.
The event will cover the main subjects that create challenges for members. This is your opportunity to suggest presenters and subjects. Please, email them to email@example.com.
In contrast to the Spring Conference, many of the presenters will be BACH members, sharing their practical experience of meeting the challenges facing everyone heading up a Team of Lecturers teaching Construction today. Never has the need been greater for quality trained UK construction workers. The Government has a raft of policies aimed at tackling the shortages today and the expected increase in the requirement of UK construction workers after Brexit. With major construction projects at a level never seen in the UK, BACH Members are 1 of the keys to successful completion of these. The mix of new build includes Hickley Power Station, Aykon London One, Angel Meadows Manchester and Chelsea Football Stadium to name but a few. The refurbishment of Shopping Centres, Railway Stations to the really massive modernisation of The Big Ben and Palace of Westminster and Buckingham Place. Road and rail projects include HS2 and the building of the £1.5B A14/A1 road improvement. For more information see 10 Construction Projects to watch.
However, the above are not the only challenges to those recruiting construction workers in the UK. The house building programme is failing to meet the demand year after year, and many construction workers will start their career in this sector after completing a successful apprenticeship, most taught in Colleges that are BACH members.
If you Head up a Team of people teaching construction, then put Wed 21 Nov 2018 on your calendar now. Need more information or to join firstname.lastname@example.org