PRESS RELEASE BY THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIAT FOR PLANNING AND THE PROPERTY MARKET: The BICC is granted licence to operate in the educational sector by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education

Parliamentary Secretary for Planning and the Property Market Chris Agius announced that the Building Industry Consultative Council (BICC) has taken another step forward as it has been granted licence to operate in the educational sector by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education.

Several accredited courses at different levels will be offered by the BICC. Precisely because of the danger in the construction industry, amplified importance will be placed on health and safety issues. As a matter of fact, a health and safety course at MQF Level 1 will be offered so as to give youths the opportunity to acquire the necessary qualifications to work in a sector that is increasingly growing as a result of the current strong and stable Maltese economy. Courses will be offered up to MQF Level 5 and will be accessible online.

This accreditation means that the BICC is tangibly investing in the education system to deliver the basic skills and tools needed to enhance professionalism and the opportunity of job mobility.

The aim of these courses is to ensure that skilled workers in the construction sector continue to grow and moreover, develop and equip them with basic skills that enable them to work abroad as labour shortage in this area is being felt across Europe.

Source: Government of Malta


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PRESS RELEASE BY THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIAT FOR PLANNING AND THE PROPERTY MARKET: The BICC is granted licence to operate in the educational sector by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education

Parliamentary Secretary for Planning and the Property Market Chris Agius announced that the Building Industry Consultative Council (BICC) has taken another step forward as it has been granted licence to operate in the educational sector by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education.

Several accredited courses at different levels will be offered by the BICC. Precisely because of the danger in the construction industry, amplified importance will be placed on health and safety issues. As a matter of fact, a health and safety course at MQF Level 1 will be offered so as to give youths the opportunity to acquire the necessary qualifications to work in a sector that is increasingly growing as a result of the current strong and stable Maltese economy. Courses will be offered up to MQF Level 5 and will be accessible online.

This accreditation means that the BICC is tangibly investing in the education system to deliver the basic skills and tools needed to enhance professionalism and the opportunity of job mobility.

The aim of these courses is to ensure that skilled workers in the construction sector continue to grow and moreover, develop and equip them with basic skills that enable them to work abroad as labour shortage in this area is being felt across Europe.

Source: Government of Malta


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