Stainless steel school catering equipment on offer with Teknomek

With the academic year drawing to a close, many educational establishments take advantage of the summer months to renovate and expand school facilities including the catering department. Just in time for the school summer break, the stainless steel manufacturer Teknomek will be offering discounts on a variety of its hygiene-standard ... Read More...

Technician training for geothermal power plants in Iceland

Recent developments within the technologies of geothermal power plants have lead to the expansion of technical training in Iceland to cope with the demand for technicians. The Geothermal Power Plant Technician course at the Keilir Institute of Technology is set to address the growing need for skilled geothermal power plant ... Read More...

Up to date Iceland volcano news coverage on IceNews

Online news channel IceNews provides all the up-to-date news coverage on the current Iceland volcano and the consequential flight delays across most of Europe as it unravels. The online news channel has been reporting on all the major events surrounding the volcanic eruptions, since the beginning of the first eruption at ... Read More...

Iceland enterprise park pushes innovative education and business development

Business development, education and entrepreneurship are being greatly pushed in Iceland via the Asbru Enterprise Park, Keflavik. The Keilir: Atlantic Center of Excellence, located within the park, offers dedicated academic programs and flight training, whilst Iceland’s first data centre and other ventures such as medical tourism are also taking place ... Read More...

Becta encourages the use of learning platforms to help parents support children with homework

A report released earlier this week into parents’ involvement in school work at home reveals numerous homework problems that leave parents frustrated and children confused. The comprehensive education report shows that twenty-two percent of parents admitted they frequently feel unable to support their child with their education at home with ... Read More...

Technology in education benefits demonstrated with online school quiz

Becta, the government’s agency for technology in education, and the National Education Network (NEN) recently crowned Bilton Junior School in Rugby as the first ever Next Generation Learning National Schools Quiz winners and ‘Britain’s Brainiest School’. The online interactive competition involved 380 primary schools and 7,200 pupils up and down ... Read More...