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Thomas Telford Training is rebranded

ICE training arm, Thomas Telford Training, has been rebranded “ICE Training” to better express the values at the heart of the Institution’s training offering.

ICE Training provides professional training for civil engineers, project managers and construction professionals.

Its programmes, developed and delivered by chartered engineers and industry experts, cover a wide range of topics aligned with industry requirements and government initiatives - including ICE Professional Review preparation, building information modelling, eurocodes, health and safety and temporary works.

They are available in a range of training formats such as e-learning packages.

The rebrand follows consultation with ICE members and customers. In 2010, Thomas Telford Publishing, ICE’s publishing arm, similarly rebranded to ICE

ICE Director General, Nick Baveystock, said: “I am proud to introduce ICE Training as a true representation of the knowledge and dedication to excellence that is reflected in the practices of ICE.

“We are a profession that strives for excellence; constantly sharing knowledge and learning so we can improve - giving society the civil engineering solutions it needs and delivering for our employers and clients.

The training we receive is central to this lifelong learning.

“Whether you are aspiring to membership with the ICE, interested in technical expertise or geared towards programme management or project oversight, ICE Training seeks to offer modern, relevant programmes, aligning with current industry standards and delivered by carefully selected experts.”

ICE Training will be supported by a new website which will be launched shortly.

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