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Learning Resources For Members – E-Learning / Webinars / Videos

To help members’ secure free e-learning from reputable lead organisations, Tony Batchelor (BWF Training Manager) has created this e-learning fact sheet.

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Training & Development Policy (SC)

Model training and development policy for a small business.

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Training & Development Policy (OMC)

Model training and development policy for a one-person business.

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Training & Development Policy (General)

Guidance on preparing a statement of a company’s commitment to proper training and its willingness to give its workers the opportunity and encouragement to develop their individual skills.

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Clossing Session – Why Should Society Use More Wood?

Dave Hopkins from Wood For Good addressing Why Should Society Use More Wood from an Environmental, Economic and Social perspective

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Closing Session Zero Carbon Hub – The Performance Gap

Ross Holleron from the Zero Carbon Hub addressing the performance gap, and linking good specification with good workmanship on site.

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The future of timber: what wil you be using?

Gold Sponsors, Vetrotech, sponsor this masterclass, delivered by sister company International Timber, that will look at the future of timber species and their availability – what changes might you have to make to the timber you use to manufacture?

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Supervision & machine training: your duty

Poor supervision and inadequate training are two of the main causes of accidents. As part of our latest campaign to make each BWF member a ‘Health & Safety Hero’, we look to better understanding the training requirements for people using woodworking machinery, including those responsible for supervising and managing people using woodworking machinery.

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Talent Matters: Recruitment at the heart of your business plan

Industry leading recruitment company Miller McKenzie explore the often underestimated area of talent management within the workplace and offer tips on how a robust and forward thinking talent management strategy can give your company a competitive advantage.

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Consumer rights: business on your terms

New rules on consumer rights and dispute resolution are coming in this year that will increase the powers that consumers are able to exert on your business, especially when a contract runs into trouble. With the EU Consumer Rights Directive already being implemented in the UK, all businesses also need to ensure that they are aware of the new rules.

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Best practice marketing, social media & BIM

Marketing is critical for competing in the market place. We look at some best practice for joinery marketing, what you might need to back up your marketing claims for your products – including the role of BIM -and when (and indeed, if) you should use social media to promote your business.

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Fit for purpose: – Impact of Part Q: Security

A new suite of building regulations are set to be launched from October. If you supply external fenestration to the new build housing market you will need to start assembling your evidence. As written the draft legislation states “Windows and External Doors should be made to a design that has been shown by test to meet the requirements of British Standards publication PAS 24:2012”. This session looks at the new requirements and how you can meet them.

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Trade Association Forum
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Confederation of Timber Industries