Described as 'the unique quality framework for the effective delivery of information, advice and/or guidance on learning and work', the matrix Standard is being applied by a wide variety of institutions such as universities, colleges, schools and academies, as well as by community organisations and private businesses.
At a practical level, achieving the matrix Standard means that Schueco training courses can now be benchmarked against a recognised level of excellence and, most importantly, delegates attending courses can be sure that they are receiving instruction that is of a very high quality and is exactly appropriate to their particular needs.
For further information on the full range of professional and technical courses available, please contact the Training Department, Schueco UK Limited, Whitehall Avenue, Kingston, Milton Keynes MK10 0AL. Tel: 01908 282111 or visit the website: email@example.com
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Schueco – Green Technology for the Blue Planet
That means clean energy from solar products and windows. And the contribution that Schueco makes to the environment with pioneering building envelopes. To be more precise, with Energy3: Saving Energy – Generating Energy – Networking Energy. Window and façade systems not only save energy due to optimum thermal insulation, they also generate energy thanks to efficient solar solutions. This creates an excess of energy which can be used by means of intelligent networking. For building functions, as well as for everyday life. The result is a significant step towards energy self-sufficiency. Towards the sustainable conservation of natural resources. And for a secure future. With more than 5200 employees and 12,000 partner companies, Schueco is active in more than 75 countries worldwide and achieved turnover of 2.38 billion euros in 2010.