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  • bsria spec cover

    Come together

    The newly launched Model Format for Building Specifications guide saw BSRIA, CIBSE and B&ES collaborate to produce a definitive guide for building services specifications, says John Sands

  • daikin logo

    Be prepared

    Education of specifiers, designers and installers will be key to the successful introduction of R32 in hvacr equipment to the UK, says Graham Wright, legislation specialist of Daikin UK

  • SOY

    Blazing the trail

    The pioneering Trailblazer scheme, which will set new industry-created parameters for cooling apprentices, has taken a significant step forward. Miriam Rodway reports

  • graeme maidment

    Real progress

    Two-thirds of the way through his term of office, IOR president Graeme Maidment tells Andrew Gaved about the achievements and the hopes

  • cooling awards

    Eyes on the prize

    The starting gun has sounded on another year of the Cooling Industry Awards, with a new judging process and refreshed categories giving everyone a chance to shine. Andrew Gaved reports

  • cool science

    The ticking time bomb

    The Cool Science initiative aims to address the skills shortage by attracting new blood to the industry, starting with its attendance at The Big Bang engineering fair, says Chris Vallis

  • skill fridge

    Get on board!

    In 2015 we need to acknowledge why we have a skills shortage, and take steps to ensure both growth and competition backing are put in place, says Mark Forsyth

  • student training

    Your industry needs you

    The next generation of apprenticeship standards for cooling and heat pumps are now up for debate. Get involved – your input could help define the future of the industry, says Miriam Rodway

  • training

    Help with new standards

    The government wants employers to provide input into the standards for apprentices– and here is the industry’s chance to help, says Institute of Refrigeration secretary Miriam Rodway

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    New programme unveiled

    Committee chairman Colin Vines gives a flavour of what delights are in store for the coming months