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The IHE are delighted to be again sponsoring the Highways Award for Apprentice of the Year which is awarded to an individual working in the highways industry for the first time who has made a considerable contribution in the workplace.
Business leaders have given a damning indictment of the Apprenticeship Levy just days after Highways revealed that only a fraction of the roughly £2bn raked in by the Government has been recouped for training.
Exclusive: Whitehall has released just a tiny fraction of the roughly £2bn paid by employers under the Apprenticeship Levy launched last April to boost jobs and skills, Highways can reveal.
The 45th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Institute of Highway Engineers will be held at Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich on Friday 22nd June at 1.45pm.
The IHE Council has two vacancies for Student members to represent other students at the various meetings and events. We are also looking for new members to join our governing Body.
The Southern Branch 2018 Programme of events started with a day visit to 3M’s Facility at Bracknell.
Find out the latest news from the IHE Scottish branch.
In association with the Richworks a Technical Training Day will be held with Lancashire County Council on Monday the 21st May 2018.
The 2018 IHE Mercia Branch awards promises to be an exciting evening. Book your place now to avoid disappointment.
Read the latest press release from the Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA).
Supporting the Year of Engineering 2018 the IHE have reduced the fees for Professional Reviews.
Congratulations to those who have achieved their Professional Registration following the latest Membership and Qualifications Committee in February 2018.
The IHE and Hemming Group have signed a renewed agreement between the two organisations.
The IHE held an initial meeting with representatives from Bath and North East Somerset Council Bath College Aggregate Industries discussing professional development in the Highways industry.
The IHE co-sponsor three all party parliamentary group and recent meetings of these groups have been held.
There will be five vacancies for Council to fill at the AGM to be held in June at Norwich City AFC Carrow Road.
Congratulation to all our new members and welcome to the IHE.
You wouldn’t fly without the proper checks being carried out, so why drive without them?
THINK! is marking the one year anniversary of the mobile phone penalty increase. Using your phone while driving has risk to life and risk to your license. THINK! Put your phone away.
A high-risk road is like a staircase without a hand rail – and we know what to do to reduce risk to users in both cases. This is the basis of a presentation by Dr Suzy Charman, Executive Director of charity the Road Safety Foundation, at a conference* in London on 27th February.