PRESS RELEASE: Excellent performance of Young European Electricians at Euroskills' 2014 competition in Lille!
Saturday evening, all candidates received a Certificate of Excellence from AIE's General Secretary Evelyne Schellekens.
We congratulate the golden, silver and bronze boys!!
She stressed in her speech towards the candidates and the experts that everybody should be proud of its participation as selected representatives for their country for the Electrical Installations competition in Lille! She stated: "Keep your passion for your sector and share it with others, since you are an example for others that will choose for a profession within the electrical installation branch. You all had a unique experience and you have an excell note to place on your curriculum vitae! Don't you ever forget that!"
'Blogging' for the Electrical Installations' sector at Euroskills 2014 Lille
As a Worldskills Europe associate member and partner in profession for ES2014 the AIE stimulates the networking between members, experts and stakeholders of the installation sector. We therefore motivate everyone to promote and publish both the aie-cye blog and the facebook page to show what highly skilled electricians of today can manage and future apprentices can reach for! Use our platform to inform your members on the Electrical Installations competition @ Euroskills in Lille! The candidates and their experts fully deserve it!
Embracing 60 years of AIE: Successful AIE Council of Delegates elects new President and Vice President in Slovenia
At the AIE’s statutory meeting, the AIE elected its new President, Allan Littler (ECA-UK) and the incoming Vice President, Thomas Carlsson (EIO-Sweden). Allan Littler has a long curriculum both as electrical contractor and within the association life as he has been President of the Electrical Contracting Association of England (ECA) for 2008-09, ECA Council member from 2001 to 2010 and member of AIE’s Policy Coordination Committee since 2010.
Undeclared work: Commission proposes new EU Platform
The European Commission has proposed on 9 April the creation of a European Platform to improve cooperation at EU level in order to prevent and deter undeclared work more effectively. The Platform would bring together various national enforcement bodies involved in the fight against undeclared work, a phenomenon that causes serious damage to working conditions, fair competition and public budgets.
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