As companies seek to find suitable and sustainable solutions to the skills shortfall, Philip Burgess of the CEA looks to upskilling as a potential answer
Ben Malone has been appointed as Director for BIM. Technologies; a BIM consultancy working behind the scenes with some of the construction industry’s biggest contractors, consultants and private clients. Ben graduated from the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology with a BA Architectural Technology/Technician degree and worked as a BIM Consultant...
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Three high-profile organisations are to lend support to an innovative construction skills scheme aimed at drawing in new talent
MidKent College discusses how the move from traditional courses to new study programmes is aiding the construction industry
Four new fire detection qualifications have been labelled a success after being well received during their launch in London last week
New research warns a workforce crisis is on the horizon if housebuilders do not attract women and young people into the sector
Some of London’s most vulnerable homeless people could find jobs in the building sector, boosting the number of skilled workers
Getting women into the construction industry is a challenge, but one that must be addressed. OSC examines the factors that are holding female workers back
Following overwhelming support from the industry, the CITB has formally incorporated a skills test into Scottish Vocational Qualifications
Managers of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme have told site managers non-construction staff do not need official skills cards
In an interview with Ben Lever of the CITB, we examine how the organisation will provide offsite construction training based on recent research
British labourers will not be able to fill tens of thousands of jobs held by migrant workers, exacerbating the construction skills shortage
Costain’s Supply Chain Academy is helping SME construction suppliers and employees to gain a greater understanding of the sector