Timber TED

Highlights from Timber TED1
NMITE launches updated timber short courses
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The New Model Institute for Technology & Engineering (NMITE) announces the reconfiguration of its pioneering Timber Technology Engineering Design (TED) courses into specialised, concise programmes tailored for professionals within the UK's built environment sector. An evolution of the original twelve-week part-time courses (TED1 and TED2), this initiative reflects NMITE’s proactive...
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Upskill your staff on the use and benefits of timber in building
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Are you a TDUK member who wants to upskill your staff? Would you like to help build a cross-sector network of architects, engineers and project managers all working together to promote the use of timber in construction? If so, then the Timber Technology Engineering Design (TED1) course could be for...
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Celebrating women in timber
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TDUK's Head of Education and Engagement Tabitha Binding has been recognised in Timber Trade Journal's 150th anniversary issue as one of the 'Women in Timber'. Tabitha told TTJ: "I joined the Timber Trade Federation in November 2019 having previously worked at TRADA from January 2018 to lead on university engagement....
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Highlights from Timber TED1
Are you interested in timber construction, technology and manufacturing?
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Make sure you sign up for Timber Technology Engineering Design 2 (TED 2) before applications close on 26 May 2023. The UK needs to increase the use of timber in construction to achieve its Net Zero targets. If we want to make this happen, we need a workforce able to...
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net zero carbon homes
Upskill yourself on timber with our packed Knowledge Library and Timber TED courses
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Timber Development UK has embarked on a new strategic partnership to put knowledge at your fingertips. It is widely recognised that there is a knowledge gap for specification of timber products among trainee architects, engineers and those in related studies. To close this gap, a new strategic partnership between Timber...
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