NFDC NEWSLETTER – 5 JUNE 2018

GET YOUR FREE £1,000 NDTG TRAINING TODAY!

June 1st marks the date when corporate members can first access their £1,000 free training from the NFDC. Each member can use the amount against training courses booked directly with the NDTG between now and 31st May 2019.

Howard Button CEO of the NFDC commented “This is a sizeable investment from the NFDC, with £150,000 being injected directly into training in our industry. This will help to address members’ shortfalls of labour – at the same time investing in the next generation of demolition professionals”.

Several members have already taken up the offer, so why don’t you? Call NDTG on 01442 217144 (Option 2) to book.

We are also featured in Construction Enquirer. If you have not seen it, do click the button below to read the full article.
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ISP MEETING: 15TH MAY 2018 

The ISP meeting was held on 15th May at the Holiday Inn, Hemel Hempstead.

Members were presented with the findings of the two Demo Expo 2017 surveys (ISPs and Corporate Members). The room agreed to running the expo again in 2019, and for the show to remain at the Herts County Showground. It was also noted that the show should avoid Ascot week.
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CHAS NOW WITH MORE PLUS SIDES – TO RETURN TO THE SAFETY & HEALTH EXPO AT EXCEL LONDON BETWEEN 19TH – 21ST JUNE

• Come & meet the team at stand L400
• We have exciting new developments to show you.
• Register for your free ticket here

ExCel, London, 19-21 June 2018 — Safety & Health Expo, the UK’s largest health and safety event and conference, satisfies everyone and anyone with a health, safety and wellbeing remit, whether you’re an officer, advisor, CEO, distributor, consultant, head of department, director or manager.
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‘OAR-INSPIRING’ EFFORT SEES ERITH AND OTHERS RAISE OVER £35K FOR LOCAL CHARITY

The Erith Group were delighted to support Greenwich-based charity, The Ahoy Centre, in their annual ‘50km in a day’ challenge.

This past Saturday’s event saw nine nautical newcomers to rowing take to the River Thames and race each other from the Meridian line to the QE2 Bridge and back again. After a gruelling four hours, one minute and twenty-eight seconds, our formerly fresh-faced rowers were almost too tired to celebrate their hard-fought victory!
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