BRE Academy appoints Darren Ardeman as Head of eLearning

As part of its ongoing expansion of online courses, BRE Academy, the training and lifelong learning division of BRE  has appointed Darren Ardeman as Head of eLearning. ‘We have ambitious growth plans, a wealth of exciting topics and some amazing expertise that we want to bring to market,’ said Pauline Traetto, BRE Academy Director. ‘This … Continue reading “BRE Academy appoints Darren Ardeman as Head of eLearning”

Beasties… but not timorous

beastie pronunciation: biːsti noun SCOTTISH humorous plural noun: beasties an insect or other small animal. Personally I do not like beasties (even though I hail from the place where the word “beasties” come from), especially the ones that wriggle eg maggots. I recently opened a food recycling container – apparently all the food waste is … Continue reading “Beasties… but not timorous”

International Women’s day 2017

Raising awareness and promoting equal opportunities On 8th March 2017, the BRE Women’s Network celebrated International Women’s Day 2017 with more than 50 men and women from across the company. The theme was to #BeBoldForChange, to act towards forging a better working world – a more inclusive, gender equal world. In 2016 leaders across the … Continue reading “International Women’s day 2017”

Indoor air pollution working group launch

New working party to tackle indoor air pollution in homes

A new working party addressing the challenges of indoor air pollution and its negative impact on people’s health in homes is launching today (12 April) at the “Better homes, better air, better health” event in London. This event is bringing together the research and practice communities across the medical and built environment sectors to help … Continue reading “New working party to tackle indoor air pollution in homes”