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Santa will be visiting Whiteley between December 11th and December 17th 2017. This will include Leafy Lane as well as the usual routes. 

 

A Professional Development Opportunity for all managers and businesses

The Solent Leadership Academy, partly funded by the Solent LEP, delivers training through a higher apprenticeship model, in leadership and Management.

Investing in your staff now, would make you a Leader. “Leaders don’t create followers they create more leaders” - Tom Peters - so start now and you will see results one day earlier than if you wait until tomorrow

Evidence shows that investment in leadership and management has a positive impact on bottom line business performance.

The Solent Leadership Academy, partly funded by the Solent LEP, delivers training through a Higher Apprenticeship model, providing a highly cost effective solution for local employers to support their workforce in achieving this objective.

Our initiative is designed to increase the proportion of local managers with a Level 4 and 5 Leadership and Management qualification, with training aimed at supervisors and middle managers who are looking to develop their skills in order to prepare for senior management roles.

To discuss our Higher Level Apprenticeship programmes please Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 02393 877 693 Mob: 07403 592728

Employers Guide

Solent Leadership Academy is delighted to have joined LinkedIn! We hope to bring relevant news to employers and employees in the Solent area who are considering Level 4 & 5 Management and Leadership qualifications to improve skills and career opportunities. Please join, follow, like and share with us on LinkedIn.

The Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect in April 2017. If your organisation has a wage bill of more than £3M, you definitely need to read how you can make the most of recovering the automatic 0.5% tax most effectively, by considering apprenticeships. Talk to us, we're an approved training provider.
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Details of which employers will be affected by the levy, how much they will pay, and what happens once they’ve paid the money on the Government Website.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. T: 02393 877693 / 01329 815100 Ext 5601 Facebook 

 

Domestic Electrics

Domestic Electrics are a small Independent company dedicated to offering a fast, efficient, personable response to all your household electrical problems. Steve Harland the electrician, has over 20 years experience in the business, has shaped the company to be small enough to care, but equally large enough to cope with most eventualities. Please feel free to contact us to see how we can help you.

Our electrical services

We cover a wide variety of electrical services from a single socket or light fitting to a complete rewire and for electrical emergencies we can offer a 24/7 service 365 days a year. Our services include:

  • Quick Response Emergency Repairs
  • Rewires and Alterations
  • Appliance Installation and Repairs
  • Lighting
  • Consumer Unit Upgrades and Repairs
  • Garden Lighting and Outdoor Electrics
  • Telephone Wiring and Sockets
  • Doorbells, Smoke/Heat/Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Fault Finding and Maintenance

Please visit our Services page for more details on the variety of services we provide.

We are located in Locks Heath, Southampton and covering the surrounding areas including greater Southampton, Botley, Curbridge, Hedge End, West End, Burridge, Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice, Locks Heath, Netley, Park Gate, Sarisbury, Swanwick, Warsash, Eastleigh, Hill Head, Stubbington, Titchfield, Whiteley, Fareham and Portchester.

Domestic Electrics, 16 Hood Close, Locks Heath,
Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 6ST

http://www.domestic-electrics.co.uk/

Telephone: 01489 576056 Mobile: 07808 530834

steve@domestic-electrics.co.uk

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    Having been born in Hampshire I care about my community and wanted to provide a community website for Whiteley. I wish to see the area prosper in every way including culturally, economically and socially. The green agenda is high at the moment so I wish to promote a strong local economy based on local services, traders and producers. Hopefully this website can enhance the communities quality of life and allow you to precipitate in making Whiteley a better place to live and work in.

    The site is written by and for people who live or work in Whiteley. It acts as a community bulletin board and an online news and campaigning service for people who are interested in their neighbourhood. The general comparison I make is with community newsletters - although a website like this this is much quicker, there is no way we could reach this many people with a newsletter.

    There is a only one volunteer who writes at the moment drawing on local information from newspapers, councillors, councils, residents, parish council, local businesses, surfing and contributions from people like you. We tend to cover Whiteley and the surrounding area from Fareham, Park Gate, Titchfield, Sarisbury and as far as Winchester. This site is not affiliated to any political group and receives around 3000 - 4000 unique visitors per month, depending upon the range of issues posted and the time of year.

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