Entries by aB-M1975oo

Report: Perceptions of Apprenticeships and Technical Careers

We’re determined to change the face of technical careers in the UK and inspire a new and enthusiastic generation of young talent. As such, we commissioned a report and spent time collecting the thoughts and opinions of those that can really make this happen; UK parents and young people. For UK youngsters, mum and dad […]

J.E.E.P. Sets Off

Article from professionalsecurity.co.uk Oily rags and overalls is a public view of engineering and facilities management (FM), despite offering a pathway that promises no university debt and earning potential, says an FM contract company that is trialling a scheme to find new talent. ABM UK welcomed 36 West London schoolchildren and their parents to the launch […]

Training Initiative Launched to Engage Young Engineers

Article from pfmonthenet.net ABM UK has announced the launch of its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (JEEP), to be held at its training centre in Greenford, Middlesex. Aimed at addressing the much-publicised skills gap, the initiative intends to engage with 36 year seven students from three West London secondary schools with the intention of inspiring engineering […]

J.E.E.P.sters Wowed – Junior Engineering Engagement Programme Launched

Article from twinfm.com by Brian Shillibeer On the evening of December 4, facilities management services provider and engineering firm, ABM UK launched its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P) at its training centre in Greenford, Middlesex. 36 West London schoolchildren (from three London Borough of Ealing secondary schools: Northolt High School, Brentside High School, and Featherstone […]

Changing Perceptions of Engineering and Facilities Management

Article from FMindustry.com http://www.fmindustry.com/en/2018/news/3091 With a skills gap already threatening whether facilities management firms can literally keep the lights on for clients, one company has taken matters in-hand, launching a pilot programme and media campaign aimed at attracting new talent. Yesterday evening, leading facilities management services provider, In her role as an advocate of the […]

ABM UK Launches Programme to Tackle Skills Gap in Facilities Management and Engineering

Article from fmj.co.uk – posted by Sarah OBeirne Facilities management services provider, ABM UK, has launched a pilot programme and media campaign to the younger generation in a bid to change perceptions that facilities management and engineering is about oily rags, overalls and ‘no prospects, when in fact it offers a pathway that promises no university debt and has […]