Asset Skills (now part of the Building Futures Group)
Asset Skills is the industry skills body for facilities management, housing, property, cleaning and parking.
UPDATE 29.01.2016: The Building Futures Group has announced that it has ceased trading.
Association of Healthcare Cleaning Professionals (AHCP) Membership body for people working within healthcare cleaning
Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)
The national training organisation for construction in the UK. The site provides news, advice and information on careers, education, training, grants etc.
Constructing Excellence is the single organisation charged with driving the change agenda in construction.
Constructing Excellence in Learning Ltd (CELL)
An Awarding Organisation approved and regulated by Ofqual. CELL works with key players in business and industry to make qualifications where there is a demonstrable need.
UPDATE 01.04.2018: CELL has ceased trading.
Department of Health (Northern Ireland)
Provides the policy lead within the DHSSPS for estate matters in the health and social care sector and the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service.
Health Estates and Facilities Management Association (HefmA)
A membership body for people working within the NHS Estates and Facilities Departments.
Health Facilities Scotland
A division of National Services Scotland and provides operational guidance to NHS Scotland bodies on a range of healthcare facilities topics.
Institute of Health Engineering and Estate Managers (IHEEM)
The UK’s largest specialist Institute for the Healthcare Estates Sector; devoted to developing careers, provision of education and training, and registering engineers as Eng Tech, IEng and CEng.
Skills for Health
The Sector Skills Council for health. We help the whole UK health sector develop a more skilled and flexible workforce.
The National Skills Academy for Health
The National Skills Academy for Health (NSA Health) has been officially launched [September 12th 2013] at a high profile event attended by the Minister for Skills, Matthew Hancock MP and the Academy’s newly appointed Chair, Sir Hugh Taylor.