Trade Associations and Organisations

LTM Group are active members of the following Trade Associations and Organisations:

SQA - Scottish Qualifications Authority

SQA is the national accreditation and awarding body in Scotland.

In their accreditation role, they authorise all vocational qualifications that are available in Scotland and approve organisations, such as the LTM Group, that wish to deliver them.

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Constructionline are the UK's largest register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants. In terms of efficiency, time and cost saving and best practice, Constructionline is proven to deliver for public and private sector organisations alike. Their service is recommended by the OGC Common Minimum Standards and The Local Government Task Force.

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PFBE Enrolled Practice Crafts

As an Enrolled Practice LTM are committed to the design values and built environment principles held by the Foundation for the Built Environment.

The Prince’s Foundation for the built environment is a charity which exists to improve the quality of people’s lives by teaching and practising timeless and ecological ways of planning, designing and building.

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Stone Federation Great Britain

We are the natural stone industry trade association and are the first point of contact for anyone planning to use, or work with, natural stone. By using Stone Federation members you can be assured that the companies are vetted, have fully trained personnel and work to the highest standards in the industry.

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Safety Association of Federated Employers (SAFE)

Independent Association delivering Health and Safety advice to the Construction Industry in the North and East of Scotland.

For further information about the Safety Association of Federated Employers please contact Tel: 01224 790022

Scottish Building

The Federation came into existence over 100 years ago to promote the Scottish building industry. It now encompasses in excess of 20 Member Associations and is recognized by Unions and Local and National Government as the spokesbody for the building industry in Scotland.

The Federation represents an industry in Scotland which contributes over 7% to the Scottish gross domestic product. To put this in perspective the Scottish building industry is three times the size of agriculture and fisheries and twice the size of the combined utilities.

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CLE (The Construction Licensing Executive)

The Construction Licensing Executive (CLE) was created in 2002 to regulate the construction trades in Scotland. CLE was borne from desire by reputable and legitimate industry to face up to the very real problem of the rogue traders or "cowboys" who have blighted the industry for too long.

The public's basic trust in the industry was being undermined and there was a need to restore confidence and provide a way of redress for the consumer. A range of bodies have come together to give leadership and independent scrutiny to the CLE. They include the Society of Chief Trading Standards Officers in Scotland, the Scottish Consumer Council and Trade Associations along with support from the Scottish Executive and Scottish Enterprise.

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Investors In People (IIP)

Investors In People is the only business improvement framework based on your most important asset - your people and their development. The benefits of being focused on people are increased staff retention, motivation, productivity and ease of cultural change within your organisation.

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