Edinburgh Telford Earns Shortlist Place For Energy Award
Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
on behalf of Edinburgh’s Telford College
STV Online showcases PR in Scotland for Edinburgh Telford College
Edinburgh’s Telford College has been recognised in the energy sector by being shortlisted for an award for its famous Renewable Energy and Innovation Centre. The Installerlive awards has shortlisted the college along with its partner PPL training ltd for the Training Initiative of the year award.
Alongside its partner PPL training ltd, Edinburgh Telford offers a series of training courses which are designed to teach students traditional construction heritage skills such as roofing with micro generation skills which includes photovoltaic and thermal solar installation.
These are just some of the many skills on offer at their West Granton campus and are an exclusive centre within Scotland that mix the unique training of both traditional construction heritage skills and renewable energy skills.
Mike Dibsdall OBE, Edinburgh Telford Colleges principal said “We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for this prestigious award and it is a testament to the dedication of the staff.”
The InstallerLive awards were established to recognise those who are persistently adhering to best practice principles which is important in providing benefits for everyone.
The full article, which was secured thanks to the expertise of Holyrood PRon behalf of Edinburgh Telford College can viewed on the STV Local Website.
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