PCA Weekly News – 27th July 2019

In your weekly PCA update this week:

  • #ISWC2019 – The Official Pictures are here!
  • CITB is still Rubbish – but could there be light?!?
  • Illegal Internet Sales of Pesticides
  • £3 Million Funding Boost – make homes flood resilient
  • An Extra Training Feather to our Cap
  • Step into Autumn with some Training!

#ISWC2019 – The Official Pictures are here!

The official ‘2019 Structural Waterproofing Conference’ photos are finally here! What a GREAT conference and many thanks again to our Chairpersons, Speakers and All that Attended on the day.

For those that want a little journey down memory lane or for anyone what that just wants to simply check out the day, click on the button below to view the pictures.

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CITB is still Rubbish – but could there be light?!?

Anyone reading the ‘Hodgson View’ recently will know our feeling are fairly clear when it comes to CITB (Construction Industry Training Board). However…are the CITB beginning to ‘wake up’. Could there be some light at the end of a very long tunnel?!? Our own Steve Hodgson expresses his view…

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Illegal Internet Sales of Pesticides

Are you buying pesticide chemical online or are suspicious of certain channels selling pesticides online? If so, you need to be reading this article!

Your Association is PROUD to be teaming up with the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) and The Crop Protection Association (CPA) to help report on the illegal sale of pesticides and to protect the very limited products our industry can use to get jobs done!

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£3 Million Funding Boost – make homes flood resilient

Communities across England are set to be better protected against the impacts of flooding thanks to almost £3 million of government investment.

The funding will go towards new research initiatives, demonstration centres and advice portals which will help people to learn about the benefits of installing measures in their homes which can significantly reduce the potential impacts of flooding.

Could this new funding boost the uptake of property-level resilience measures in homes and businesses across the country? We certainly hope so however, only time will tell…

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An Extra Training Feather to our Cap

Pleased to say our invasive weed courses have a new ‘feather to add to their caps’. We are VERY PROUD to have been recognised, approved and now registered under the BASIS Professional Register.

What does this exactly mean? Well, along with some GREAT LEARNING, for those that pass you now have the extra weight of authority and certification through the BASIS scheme for attending certain courses. As an extra ‘Brucie Bonus’ all those that attend can now claim vital CPD points too!

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Step into Autumn with some training

Residential Ventilation Masterclass

If you liked him at our ‘2019 Structural Waterproofing Conference’, you will love him on this course! Paul Harrington was one of our amazing speakers at our 2019 SW Conference in July. On this course Paul will be discussing how to design specify ventilation systems that meet the requirements of Part F of the building regulations and evaluate existing systems against the standard. The course will allow surveyors to take the guesswork out of specifying fans and ventilation units.

Basement Water Management

This one day workshop will give candidates will chance to see a working pump. developed for surveyors and technicians who are already involved in, or who wish to gain a better understanding of, the theory and practical application of pump stations and accessories relating to drainage of cavity membrane systems.

 

Contact the training team today on 0844 375 4301 or email jo@property-care.org.

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PCA in the News

This week again saw our NEW Invasive Weed Identification Course being the main feature in a number of publications that included: ‘Housing Association‘, Bridlington Free Press with some additional comments within ‘Inside Conveyancing‘.

 

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