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CTSI Scottish Branch welcomes MSP's warning about unsustainability of trading standards profession
The Scottish Branch of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) welcomes Scottish Parliament Member Fiona Hyslop's calls for more funding for Trading Standards.
Consumer Protection must be levelled up as UK Government looks to Brexit freedoms
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) announces that it is working to make sure consumer protection is levelled up alongside the rest of the UK Government's post-Brexit plan after the release this month of a Government white paper detailing the plans.
Best man secures stag do refund with help of UK International Consumer Centre
Best man Andrew Nuvoletta planned a stag go for a party of 13 ‘stags’ in the Netherlands, with an itinerary which was designed to make a real occasion of the event.
CTSI promotes trading standards careers to mark National Apprenticeship Week
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI), the professional membership association that trains and represents the trading standards profession, marks National Apprenticeship Week by promoting Regulatory Compliance Officer (RCO) apprenticeships. The 15th annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships occurs between 7 - 13 February 2022. CTSI has created a hub on its website with information about the RCO apprenticeships at this link.
Don't let scammers tug your heartstrings to get at your purse strings
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) and trading standards services across the country warn the public to be wary of romance fraud this Valentine's Day. With pandemic restrictions lowered or removed entirely, many expect this Valentine's Day to see a surge of star-crossed lovers seeking to make a connection compared to last February, when the country was under lockdown.