Destinations of construction learners in further education
CITB commissioned IFF Research to undertake research to improve training data by providing information on the intended and actual destination of learners from further education construction and built environment courses in England. It's aim was to:
- Provide evidence about the learning experience of learners in further education
- Provide detailed information of the destination of learners six months after completion of their courses which will enhance forecasting of the demand for employment and training in the industry by providing data on the flow into the construction labour force from those on training; and
- Investigate how the learning experience influences the outcome and planned future activities.
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