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In this episode we will be speaking with apprentices from Coleg Cambria Electrical, ‘Chewin’ the Facts’ with Tony and Gregor, our National Technical Manager will be speaking with The Fire Industry Association (FIA) and we will be answering a popular FAQ! In a Covid-safe manner, we welcomed students from Coleg Cambria to our Aico TV studio. The students have completed their Expert Installer training and shared their experiences of the training with Regional Specification Manager, Dan Thomas. For more information on Coleg Camrbia please visit: www.cambria.ac.uk Two of our Regional Specification Managers, Tony and Gregor, take us through a day in the life of a Scottish Regional Specification Manager, the impact of recent legislation changes, and go on the road to previous installations. And finally, our National Technical Manager, Andy, speaks with Technical Manager at the FIA, Will Lloyd. They discuss the FIA, their aims and objectives, as well as FIA membership and what this means.
This week, we present a special episode of Aico TV, streaming live from the opening of Willowdene Rehabilitation’s Family Assessment Centre. In attendance will be Dr. Matthew Home, Director of Willowdene, Neal Hooper, Managing Director of Aico and the High Sheriff of Shropshire, Dean Harris.
We have recently supported Willowdene Rehabilitation in Bridgnorth and are proud to have sponsored their brand-new Family Assessment Centre, which will enable the cultivation and support of family relationships with students at Willowdene.https://www.aico.co.uk/aico-tv/
Hosted from our Technical Workshop the second episode of Aico TV will feature our Managing Director Neal Hooper and Paul White, IT Specialist discussing the creation of Aico TV and the Studio. This will be followed by the World of Work: Careers advice and guidance with members of the Aico team with Careers Live taking place this week. Finally, we have an interview with Alan Lewis, founder of Adrenaline Sporting Events, and to finish we have a popular FAQ presented by Kieran Smith.
Last week saw the launch of the premiere episode of Aico TV, featuring Aico colleagues as well as guests. Formatted into segments, the episode is hosted by two Aico colleagues, Alex Garmston and Holly Moore who introduce the episode and each segment of the show.
To begin the episode, National Sales Director Steve Trafford explores Aico’s journey, from humble beginnings to becoming the UK market leader in Fire and Carbon Monoxide protection and the expansion into IoT and the connected home. Steve journeys through the Aico timeline, highlighting how innovation is at the heart of the company through the advancements in products and technology while retaining the quality that Aico is synonymous with. This leads onto Managing Director Neal Hooper speaking with Shropshire Business Live TV’s Carl Jones and Roy Amyes, Coaching and Personal Development Consultant about the importance of training and development and how Aico have embedded this into their core values.
The first episode of Aico TV will have Steve Trafford taking you through Aico’s history. This will be followed by guests Roy Amyes and Carl Jones discussing training and development, then Jane Pritchard and Lily Ellis talking about Aico in the Community and local community kitchen OsNosh. Finally, we will hear from Tina Mistry, and the women of Aico for an International Women’s Day special and we will finish with see Dave Jennings answering a popular FAQ.
Social housing data management company Illumar has appointed Peter Luke as commercial director and Jonathan Gould as client solutions consultant. These appointments mark an exciting time for Illumar with a number of new clients now using its data management platform.