FIS News

A panel of cross-industry experts came together to discuss what we can learn and how we can progress at a recent FIS roundtable. The COVID-19...
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FIS Technical Director Joe Cilia considers what returning to the workplace will mean, as we work to adapt to Government guidelines, and the needs...
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FIS is pleased to announce that the College of West London is ready to deliver the new English Apprenticeship in Interior Systems Installer, Dryliner...
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On Friday 26 June, the Treasury issued a third Direction to reflect the introduction of flexible furlough and on 1 July HMRC updated its...
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To help support the construction industry and maintain skills, the deadline for claim applications for the Grant Scheme Year 2019 / 2020 has been...
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Call for Evidence The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Apprenticeships has launched a call for evidence as part of its 2019/20 report. It is looking...
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The procurement pipeline includes over 340 procurement contracts across 269 projects, programmes and other investments. It also sets out a projection of infrastructure procurement...
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As of last week, the Scottish Government has allowed the construction sector to start work on preparing its sites for a safe return to...
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The complex question of how to bring workforce safely off furlough and back to work is examined in detail in the latest guidance to...
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Following pressure from the industry (including a letter signed by FIS in the Telegraph last weekend). HMRC has announced that...