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Courses to offer latest sustainability training for built environment professionals

A training programme for professionals in the built environment sector in Wales has launched its full list of courses.

Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST) is offering flexible, fully subsidised training to develop knowledge and skills in the latest sustainability practices - particularly in construction, energy, waste, and water.

The programme is supported by the European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government and offers fully subsidised courses to people who live or work in one of Wales’ Convergence areas.

The training is being delivered directly by the Welsh School of Architecture and by specialist external partners including: The Royal Society of Architects in Wales, The Centre for Alternative Technology, Arup, and the Energy Saving Trust.

“We are offering a huge range of courses to people working in the built environment,” said BEST programme manager Christine Castle. “These are challenging, but exciting times for the sector, and our courses aim to help meet those challenges by bringing professionals in Wales up to speed with the latest technologies, techniques and regulations in their field.”

Details of all courses, including when and where they are being delivered, and how to apply, can be found on the BEST website.

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