04Welcome to the
Autumn 2018 TICA Times
OUR NEW MEMBERS
Great to have you with us!
4OJM Insulations Ltd
Marion Marsland - Chief Executive
Welcome to our Autumn TICA Times/Academy
magazine. It was fantastic to catch up with so many of
our members and associates at our AGM and Lunch
at the Oval recently, and good to be back in London at
such an amazing location for our event.
I'm sure much time will be spent browsing the many
photographs contained in this edition! Clark Carlisle
was truly inspiring and a great reminder of why Mind is
the chosen charity for TICA in the coming year - a very
relevant and worthy cause.
TICA AGM Annual Lunch
Our event is a wonderful showcase of our apprenticeship
achievements. Congratulations to our winners, Adam
Brophy and Glyn Johnson and well done to all the finalists.
Apprentice of the Year
Regional meetings will be upon us in November - please
keep in touch and be sure to register. Each region will
shortly be deciding the meeting format with a choice of
webinar or venue based meeting and members will be
kept up to date via our electronic newsletter and website.
Our meetings this autumn will cover the latest on our TICI
pay increase negotiations for 2019 and beyond,
pre-qualifications and payments together with
apprenticeship funding and recruitment updates.
A cut above the rest
New feature: Competition
Outstanding Contribution Award
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FESI Conference in Edinburgh
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Hopefully, members are now fully up to speed with the
additional benefits on offer around Skill Cards, NVQ
assessments and on-line asbestos awareness training.
Our enquiries team are always on hand to offer assistance
to members when making applications, looking for
costings or accessing training.
Finally, I would like to offer a note of personal thanks
to our trustees and board members, as well as staff at
TICA House for helping to drive our association forward
successfully for another year.
After 2 years away, this year's event returned to
London. Nearly 400 guests got together at the
KIA Oval Cricket Ground for our 61st Annual
Lunch and Apprentice Awards Ceremony.
Members, guests and staff gathered on the famous
Corinthian Roof Terrace, overlooking the iconic
Cricket Ground, followed by
lunch in the England Suite.
Thank you to Owens Corning
for their continued support
and sponsorship of our audio
visual equipment for the
presentations at this year's
event. It's much appreciated!
04If you are a member, why not join us in
supporting this very worthy cause through
fundraising within your own organisation?
We are pleased to announce our nominated charity of the year
for the next 12 months is Mind. This deserving charity aims to
help anyone who is experiencing mental health problems by
providing advice and support.
MISSED THE EVENT
BUT STILL WANT TO DONATE?
Our generous guests kicked off our
campaign by raising a fabulous 2,500!
Our special guest, Clark Carlisle, described his own complex
mental health problems and the impact this has had on himself
and those close to him. Clarke's recovery is ongoing, taking `Small
Steps' each day. We would like to wish Clarke the very best.Apprentice
of the Year
TICA's L2 Apprentice of the Year is Adam Brophy
who works for Brand Energy and Infrastructure.
Adam took part in a Skills Test Final
alongside 7 of his peers, completing
a demanding practical assessment
at the National Training Centre
earlier in the year
proud to spon
of the Year
approach to the trade, which is why he
was originally shortlisted. Adam's skills
and commitment to his trade were clearly
demonstrated during the test, which earned
him the coveted title of Apprentice of the Year
2018. Well done Adam!"
Congratulations to all those
selected for the skills test.
Solutions, Encon Insulation
sponsorship of our Apprentice of
the Year, it's much appreciated!
It's our specialist subject.
Adam Brophy - Brand Energy and Infrastructure
The eight finalists were chosen by the Regional
Luke Tate - Cape Industrial Services
"As the UK's leading independent distributor
Training Officers and Teaching Staff at TICA.
For over 30 yearspractical handthe UK'sof technical solutions to the HVACthermal, acoustic Christopher Bell - Severn Insulation
leading independent supplier of and
and fire protection insulation and
The scoring was based on their
Industrial industries, we're totally committed
accessories to the HVAC, Process and Power Generation industries from our national network of branches. - E&P Insulation
skills, their overall attitude to training and their
to maintaining and improving standards
behaviour and commitment at work.
Rhys Davies - Severn Insulation
within our industry. That's why we support
Our range of high performance technical solutions and first class service is second to none. As is our in-depth expertise,
the valuable work of TICA and are delighted
Reece Reilly - Wood Group Plc
with detailed Pemberton
Curriculum Manager Hellencalculations and impartialonce again every aspect of industrial insulation. From international standards to
sponsor this year's Apprentice
Jonathan Lewis - Severn Insulation
non-metallicwere invited to take sealing products - we've got it covered.
coverings and joint
explained "All candidates
of the Year Award. We feel it's particularly
part in a 2 day Skills Test in May, to demonstrate
Robert Bowers - LSM Multiservices
important to recognise bright new talent
That's what makes Encon the
sure you have
skills including: measuring, marking, cutting Distributor of Choice: we'll make our support to the right insulation for any project.
coming through and lend
and fitting insulation to both hot and cold work
A huge thank you to Encon for
making sure this year's crop of apprentices
specifications to include various finishes to
have the brightest future possible." Ian
their continued support and
comply with For your nearest Encon branch,Wells, National Sales Director for Technical
Adam Brophy came out with the highest
overall score and was declared Apprentice
of The Year. Throughout his training at TICA
and on site Adam demonstrated outstanding
skills, a keenness to learn and a professional
CongratulationsTechnical Insulation with built-in expertise?
OF THE YEA
It's our specialist subject.
For over 30 years we've been the UK's leading independent supplier of thermal, acoustic and fire protection insulation and
accessories to the HVAC, Process and Power Generation industries from our national network of branches.
Our range of high performance technical solutions and first class service is second to none. As is our in-depth expertise,
with detailed calculations and impartial advice on every aspect of industrial insulation. From international standards to
non-metallic coverings and joint sealing products - we've got it covered.
That's what makes Encon the Distributor of Choice: we'll make sure you have the right insulation for any project.
For your nearest Encon branch, visit encon.co.ukA cut above
We would like to thank SSAB for once
again sponsoring this award.
Our 2018 Level 3 Apprentice of
the Year is Glyn Johnson.
Glyn Johnson, an outstanding Thermal Insulator and
against tough opposition, has been named as the Level
3 Apprentice of the Year 2018. Glyn is highly thought of
both at TICA and on site and his talent, skill, hard work
and commitment should be recognised. Well done Glyn!
"Throughout his time at TICA Glyn demonstrated his enthusiasm for
the trade, which was evident in the quality and skill levels he achieved.
Always keen to improve, develop and hone his skills, Glyn is a credit to
the industry." says Kevin Fleetham, TICA Craft Instructor.
Once again SSAB/Aluzinc are proud to sponsor this years Level 3
Apprentice of the Year award.
Coming from an education background, David Williams, SSAB
Managing Director commented "Knowledge is the accumulation of facts,
information, and skills acquired through experience or education.
In an industry where safety is of primary concern information and skills
acquired through experience and education are of vital importance.
With over 30yrs experience of supplying Aluzinc into the Petrochemical
and H&V industries, combined with recent updates to our test information
we are positive that nobody knows more about Petrochem Aluzinc than
Glyn was a finalist in the
2017 Apprentice Awards
"Thank you very much for this award, I enjoyed my time at TICA
completing the Level 3 Apprenticeship I am very much looking
forward to seeing which doors it will open in my career, as the future
unfolds. The TICA Training Centre in the modern era is an excellent
centre for learning and also making connections within the industry.
Even though I am 46 years old I learnt something new at every
visit and I would highly recommend the Apprenticeship to anyone
interested in advancing their skills, no matter what age"
- Glyn Johnson
Phil Lancaster of SSAB presented the Award to Phil de Veuve in the absence of Glyn Johnson.Build UK update
Build UK celebrated its 3rd
anniversary in September,
and continues to focus on the
industry's business model and
in particular payment practices. Contractor members are now being
benchmarked on their payment performance to provide transparency.
This information can be found on the Build UK website at: www.builduk.
org and should provide our members with additional information to
make more informed decisions.
The next set of results will be published on 30 October and will include specialist (M&E)
and client members. Information on all businesses that are required to report under the
Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance can be found on www.gov.uk
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All you have to do is send us a picture of you or your team,
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Just email your photo to email@example.com and watch this space.
There is now a clear commitment to abolish retentions through the Build UK roadmap.
Build UK is currently working with Pinsent Masons to finalise the contract drafting around
the adoption of `minimum standards' to reduce the existing challenges of a phased
approach to zero cash retentions. The Task Group dedicated to this matter has identified
retention bonds and Parent Company Guarantees (PCGs) as the most viable to provide
security against defects. The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) is currently developing a
standard from of PCG and a draft will shortly be available for feedback as part of the
Legal advice is also being sought regarding onerous contract terms, looking at how the
organisation can implement initiatives within the membership to minimise unreasonable
risk being taken on at the top of the supply chain and being passed down to the bottom.
WE ARE RECRUITING
Thermal Insulation Assessor - Darlington Based
We are looking for an experienced and qualified Thermal
Insulator with a passion for our industry to join our team
at TICA House.
Based at The National Training Centre in Darlington, you will be required to
travel to sites across the UK, for which travel expenses will be reimbursed.
You will assess and observe S/NVQ candidates, trainee apprentices and
facilitate Competency Tests for experienced insulators wishing to gain the
correct TICA Skill Card. The L3 qualification in assessing is advantageous
(formerly A1) but not essential as we will accept applications with the caveat
that the successful candidate will be willing to undertake the qualification
upon take up of the post.
Salary will range from 29k - 33k depending on experience and
If you are looking to make a long term change in your thermal insulation
career, have the desire and commitment to succeed in an ever changing
apprenticeship environment and can demonstrate the enthusiasm and
commitment required, then we want to hear from you!
Please apply by sending your CV and a letter of application to:
Madeleine Hill - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting and delivering vocational sessions both in the workshop and in
the classroom, the L3 in Education and Training (formerly PTTLs) will also
be a longer term requirement for the successful applicant.
This is a newly created post to provide further resources to our expanding
apprenticeship and training delivery service to TICA member companies and
the wider industry.
09Outstanding Contribution Award
The Award for Outstanding Contribution
to the Industry was awarded to Jim
Soady of CGB Humbertherm.
The TICA annual lunch this year was the perfect venue to
present Jim Soady - Director of CGB Humbertherm and
current Chair of the Insulation and Environmental Training
Trust (IETTL) with the award for Outstanding Commitment
Jim has been a serving member of both the TICA and IETTL boards for many
years and more recently became chair of the IETTL trust following on from
previous chair and TICA President - Trevor Horsley in 2016.
Commenting after the award, TICA Chief Executive Marion Marsland said
`It was an absolute pleasure to present Jim with this award and it is much
deserved. Many members have a view on what is required in terms of
training within our sector, but there are only a few who can carve out the time
in a busy schedule to make the commitment necessary. Jim has made this
commitment to our organisation consistently for many years, and has been a
huge support to the TICA team during the past two years, helping to guide our
industry through radical change to apprenticeships'.
Jim said "The award came as a complete surprise to me as you could
probably tell from my garbled words when I received it. Having been involved
in TICA Governing Council for around 25 years and IETTL for as long as it
has been in existence I feel very proud to have been recognised by my peers
and I hope that the association goes on from strength to strength as it has
in the last 5 years under the guidance of our current chief executive and her
team who really are the ones that do the hard day to day work."
Andrew Geeves, National Sales Manager for Thermal Construction said,
"Many of the high performance tapes, coatings, adhesives and sealants
that Bostik supplies still bear the Idenden name, which has been
synonymous with the HVAC industry since the 1960s. While we're very
proud of our long history, it's also great to be able to recognise other
individuals for their decades of commitment and contribution to the
industry. That's why we are proud to once again sponsor the Contribution
to Industry award at the TICA Annual Lunch 2018."
Many thanks to Bostik for their continued support
and sponsorship of this very special award.TICA AGM Event photos.continuedApprentice update
Inductions for the 2018/2019 training programmes are
going well, they are taking place most weeks and the
calibre of recruits is pleasing.
We have Inductions scheduled in until the end of
November so, if you are still trying to decide whether to
take on an apprentice, please make that decision soon.
TICA will place advertisements, sift the applicants and
assist with interviews if needed, just get in touch and we
will sort this out for you.
If you want more information please contact your Regional Training Officer
who will explain what comprises OTJT:
We have taken delivery of new overalls for the newbies - and very smart
they look too! Many thanks to Knauf for sponsoring them. We can't
guarantee that they all fit perfectly but we do have a variety of sizes on
offer! Visitors to the National Training Centre always comment on how
good it looks to have the apprentices in the same overalls. We find that it
encourages the apprentices to communicate and mix with their peer group if
they are not identifiable by company overalls.
Phil de Veuve - the South
TBC - Yorkshire and the Midlands
Michael Tait - NE and Scotland
We now have a full time Functional Skills tutor, Diane Ferguson, who will
be delivering maths and English lessons and also Health & Safety sessions
to both TICA and ACAD apprentices. If you have any concerns or queries
about Functional Skills please get in touch with Diane.
If you have sent apprentices to the National Training Centre in the last 3
months you will be aware that we now have 3 accommodation options
available. We will always place 18 year olds and younger in single
rooms at the Blackwell Grange Hotel as it is a more secure location
and is more suited to younger people. The other 2 hotels are located
near to Darlington Railway Station and are of a very good standard,
they both provide single rooms for all apprentices. A single room at the
Blackwell Grange Hotel has an additional charge of 20 per night which
must be paid for by the apprentice and booked in advance if required
by over 18's. If you have any queries about accommodation please get
in touch with email@example.com
Hopefully many of you joined Hellen Pemberton and Marion Marsland for the
Off the Job Training webinar. If you missed it you can find the recording of
the webinar on our website in the Members area. 20% Off the Job Training
(OTJT) is a mandatory requirement for all funded apprenticeships and
this must be logged by the apprentice to ensure that the required number
of hours of OTJT is being undertaken. Failure by employers to allow the
apprentice to comply with the 20% requirement could result in the apprentice
not achieving the apprenticeship and the employer having to repay some of
the funding provided by the EFSA.
Thank you to Knauf for kindly sponsoring our new
Apprentice Overalls! We are very grateful for your support!
Skill Card Price Rise
The cost of TICA Skill Cards has been increased to 36 (including VAT) as of 1
October 2018. This increase applies to all cards administered directly by TICA/ACAD.
TICA is the leading skills certification scheme within the UK for the Thermal Insulation Industry.
A TICA Skill card provides evidence that individuals working on construction sites have the required
training and qualifications for the type of work they carry out.
We are pleased to confirm that from Monday 1 October all Skill Card applicants will automatically
receive(if required) a Virtual Card free of charge.
Apply for your Skill Card online at www.tica-acad.co.uk
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Contact your local branch via www.sigtechnicalinsulation.co.ukODE Insulation
Mr Ozan Turan, International Business Development Director,
ODE Insulation answers some questions on ODE Insulation
Could you give us a brief information about ODE Insulation?
ODE Insulation is a Turkey based insulation manufacturing company,
operating for more than 30 years. Products are manufactured to quality
standards such as CE; and we are the choice for many prestigious
projects worldwide. We produce insulation for both Building and HVAC
applications, manufacturing extruded polystyrene thermal insulation
material with the ODE Isipan brand; waterproofing membranes with
the ODE Membrane brand; glasswool used in thermal, sound and fire
insulation with the ODE Starflex brand; elastomeric rubber foam used
in HVAC insulation material with the ODE R-Flex brand. Our products
are used all around the world from the Ronaldo Museum in Madeira,
the Qatar Place Vendome Shopping Center and the Headquarters of
FNB, Lebanon's first national bank. We are an export-oriented company,
increasing the number of export markets annually. ODE acts with a
global perspective. Currently 13 languages are spoken at ODE and last
year we broke our own record by visiting 24 different countries. As a
company which currently exports its products to more than 75 countries
in 5 continents, we are moving toward our goal of increasing the share
of exports in our total turnover to 35 percent.
What is the significance of the United Kingdom for ODE?
As a powerful world economy, the UK is an important market for ODE.
We aim to be a more active brand in the British market with appropriate
products. ODE is committed to environmental protection, and we
have obtained environmentally friendly EPD Certificates for all of our
manufactured products. We also stay close to our target markets by
being members of many international associations for example: NIA
(National Insulation Association), EIIF (European Industrial Insulation
Foundation), and EWA (European Waterproofing Association). ODE is
excited to become members of the UK-based TICA (Thermal Insulation
Contractors Association) this year. This membership has been a
step that we believe will help carry ODE much further on its vision of
becoming a global brand. In this new period where we will gain a much
stronger voice in the global arena, we will grow in the UK market and
expand our operations.
Would you give us information regarding ODE's financial figures?
ODE continues its export-oriented strategy by focusing on new product
R&D. Our new Eskisehir manufacturing facility is built on an area of 75
thousand m2 with an investment of 35 million USD and was awarded
with the "Investment of the Year" in Turkey's insulation sector in 2017.
Here we have one of the most developed R&D centres within the
insulation industry. We have already increased our export volume more
than 35% on a USD basis during the first six months, compared to the
same period last year. Our principal plan is to increase our membrane
export in the near future by expanding our product range with R&D
efforts carried out in Eskisehir facility. In this context, we are developing
2 new products specially for the UK membrane market and we will start
selling these products this year.
SKILLcard swoops to clear
up registration fraud
The operators of one of the construction industry's largest skills certification registers
have moved swiftly to close a loophole that had left the scheme open to abuse.
Managers of the Engineering Services SKILLcard were alerted to
the fact that a number of people working in the thermal insulation
industry had managed to secure Heating and Ventilation (H&V)
Installer cards in order to gain access to construction sites.
As a result, some managers were in danger of being duped into
allowing workers without the right qualifications onto their projects.
However, SKILLcard and the Thermal Insulation Contractors
Association (TICA) quickly closed the loophole before it could
cause any lasting damage.
SKILLcard and TICA both run Construction Skills Certification
Scheme (CSCS) affiliated programmes that underpin the
government's 2025 industry strategy by helping clients check
whether workers have the right qualifications for the job in hand and
have suitable health & safety training. For thermal insulators, this
means holding qualifications that lead to competency as defined by
the Sector Skills Council (SSC).
More than 60,000 people working in the heating, ventilating, air
conditioning and refrigeration industry hold an Engineering Services
SKILLcard, which also covers building engineering services
supervisors and managers. It was the first CSCS card scheme to
go `smart', easing the process of updating the holder's qualifications
and making it simpler and quicker for site managers to check skills
and prevent potential fraud.
The TICA Skill Card competence is different to the SKILLcard
scheme, but thermal insulation operatives found that it was possible
to secure an engineering services card on completing an NVQ
Level 2 course as a standalone qualification. There were also
reports that social media was being used to encourage others to
"Of course we are flattered that operatives from outside our industry
see the value of Engineering Services SKILLcards, but this is a
blatant abuse of the competence system," said Rachel Davidson,
director of certification schemes at the Building Engineering
Services Association (BESA), which manages SKILLcard.
"As soon as we were alerted, we closed this loophole in line with
our responsibility to uphold professional standards and provide
quality assurance to construction clients."
She said it was clear this loophole was being exploited knowingly
because the applicants felt they would not immediately qualify for a
TICA Skill Card.
"This does not mean the H&V Installer card requires lower
standards. Rather, it is applied to an entirely different occupational
skillset that is not appropriate for thermal insulators," said Ms
Davidson. "The route to qualification is different and allows the
candidate to apply directly on receiving their NVQ whereas the
TICA card requires an additional technical certificate or competency
assessment of those technical skills."
SKILLcard is rejecting these applications and is directing applicants
to the TICA scheme. It is also auditing its database to ensure no
other H&V Installer SKILLcards have been issued on this basis. Any
that are uncovered will be withdrawn, it stated.
"While this has been an unsettling episode, it has served to
demonstrate how CSCS partner organisations work together to
uphold professional standards for the benefit of clients and every
other skilled trades person who has taken the trouble to apply for
their competence card in the right way," added Ms Davidson.
She also committed the organisation to auditing its entire database
to ensure no other cards had been issued via similar loopholes -
and encouraged other CSCS card operators to do the same.
"We have been aware for some time that some insulators
were applying outside of the TICA Skill Card to gain access to
construction sites," said TICA chief executive Marion Marsland.
"We have made a commitment, as part of the wider Construction
Leadership Council mandate, to ensure all operatives within
our industry are qualified and competent to a transparent and
consistent set of standards.
"We will continue to work to that end, and believe that open
communication with other partner schemes, including the Engineering
Services SKILLcard, is of huge benefit to the whole sector."
CSCS chief executive Graham Wren explained that, in order to
meet the industry's aim of a fully qualified workforce, it was vital for
cardholders to hold the right card for the specific job they do onsite
"This helps site managers by ensuring that workers only undertake
work they are qualified to do. It is great to see our partner card
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www.foamglas.comTICA Hosts FESI Conference in Edinburgh
September saw TICA host the Autumn 2018 European
Federation of Insulation Contractors (FESI) on the
historic Royal Mile in Edinburgh.
The three day event brought together
insulation trade organisations from all
around Europe to discuss issues on
thermal, technical, recruitment and training
as well as acoustics and other insulation
The Technical Commission had
presentations from Johan Sentjens from
Temati - following up on the NACE forum in
Pheonix, USA and discussed current global
work around corrosion under insulation.
The Commission also heard from Industrial
Surface Treatment (ION) Managing
Director Egbert Stremmelaar from The
Netherlands, updating delegates on issues
around coatings in relation with insulation.
Event sponsors Kingspan Insulation also
made a detailed presentation on the
advances of phenolic insulation within
Culminating in a gala dinner event at
The Whisky Experience, FESI Secretary
General Andreas Gurtlas said `I enjoyed
our FESI meeting in Edinburgh very much
and it was fantastic meeting everyone
there. Thanks to the TICA team for perfect
organisation and for choosing Edinburgh'.
`TICA were proud to host the FESI
Autumn meeting in Scotland, and would
like to extend our sincere thanks to all
our sponsors - Kingspan Central Europe,
Kingspan Insulation UK, Isover and
Paroc' said TICA Chief Executive, Marion
TICA attended the event alongside a
number of associate UK members. The
next meeting of FESI will take place in
the spring of 2019 in Denmark, and more
details of FESI topics and discussions will
be given to members at our upcoming
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TICA Regional Meetings
TICA Regional Meetings will be taking place soon and we encourage members to come along and engage with us.
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Tues 06 November 18
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Wed 07 November 18
The Betjeman Arms, Unit 53, St Pancras International Station, London, N1C 4QL
Mon 12 November 18
TICA - TICA House, Yarm Road Business Park, Darlington, Co Durham DL1 4QB
Tues 13 November 18
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