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The Caledonian Sleeper Guest Service team show off their new uniforms, designed by ten30, to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP

Lifelong learning

Agreement between SCQF Partnership and Scottish Union Learning

Dressed to impress L

ten30 design uniforms for new Caledonian Sleeper service

uxury design label ten30 was appointed to design the uniforms for the new Caledonian

Sleeper service. ten30’s Alan Moore was

awarded the 2011 Best New Designer and the Glasgow-based brand has worked with the likes of Johnnie Walker, one of the oldest whisky brands, and House of Fraser, one of the UK’s largest department stores. Using tweeds, tartans and other materials

Renewable SgurrEnergy returns to Malawi for wind project

Renewable energy consultancy, SgurrEnergy, will return to Malawi for the installation and operation of four SgurrMetMasts, as part of a two-year project to measure wind energy for the Malawi Ministry of Energy. SgurrEnergy, a Wood

Group company, will erect and operate the 80m guyed lattice tower masts at four different sites in Malawi for the wind measurement campaign which

is expected to be completed in 2017. The SgurrMetMasts will be manufactured in South Africa and installed by SgurrEnergy’s specialist team. The project follows on from

SgurrEnergy’s first milestone project in Malawi in 2014 where the Glasgow-based company successfully installed two met masts in the country as part of the wider Malawi Renewable Energy Acceleration Programme (MREAP).

produced in Scotland, Alan was responsible for designing the new uniforms for the Guest Service team. Te uniforms are traditional

yet contemporary – exemplifying the best of Scotish fashion and textiles. Serco’s plans to transform the Sleeper service into an outstanding hospitality service that is emblematic of the best of Scotland are well under way. Tis includes all aspects of the operation of the Caledonian

Sleeper franchise; marketing, sales, hospitality service on the trains, vehicle maintenance and the provision of facilities at stations for guests. ten30 are really excited to be

working with Serco, transforming the uniforms to offer a traditional yet contemporary style that shows off the best in Scotish textiles. Tis is a real opportunity to draw on the diverse range of quality products currently being made in Scotland right now.

The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) Partnership and Scottish Union Learning (SUL) have signed a Partnership Agreement committing to work together in encouraging employers to utilise the SCQF. The project will support effective workforce development, including increasing the number of learning programmes recognised on the framework which are owned by employers and unions and using SCQF to aid effective recruitment. The agreement was signed by Wendy Burton, Director of Scottish Union Learning and Aileen Ponton, Chief Executive of SCQFP. At the Scottish Union

Learning Conference in November 2015, Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Fair Work, Skills and Training and Grahame Smith, Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) General Secretary, spoke at the event about the benefits of partnership working. This Partnership Agreement

will highlight areas where the SCQFP and SUL share objectives to support the Scottish Government in enhancing the skills and employability of individuals while also creating high-skilled, high-productivity, healthy workplaces where this talent is fully utilised.

Aileen Ponton, Chief Executive, SCQFP and Wendy Burton, Director, Scottish Union Learning

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