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Migration in the UK construction and built environment sector
The construction industry will face skills shortages in some key areas if employers can’t access migrant workers through the new Points Based Immigration System (PBIS), established in the wake of the ...
Learning to earning: Increasing FE learners into Construction
We have carried out this research to better understand the barriers to FE learners joining the construction industry and to outline potential solutions. Through this research we present new evidence ...
Construction Skills Network - Industry Outlook Wales 2021-2025
The CITB Construction Skills Network (CSN) report for 2021-25 outlines three scenarios for how the construction sector in Wales might recover from the current recession.
Construction Skills Network Industry Outlook 2021-2025
Preliminary insights into Construction Skills Network forecast 2021-2025, which suggests that infrastructure and private housing will recover well.
Construction Scotland Apprenticeship Task Force - Apprenticeship Survey Findings
A survey, conducted in collaboration with the Scottish Construction Modern Apprenticeship Task Force, sought to understand the views of 600 employers on their immediate and longer term plans for Moder...
A Challenge and an Opportunity – AI and Automation in the Construction industry
The pandemic, Grenfell Tower Inquiry and the decarbonisation agenda will likely increase adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation, according to our latest piece of research. In one of t...
Construction Skills Network forecasts 2018-2022 - Yorkshire and Humber
The Construction Skills Network (CSN) provides market intelligence and insight for the UK construction industry. This report covers Yorkshire and Humber.
Evolution or revolution
CITB recognises that there is a growing desire within the construction industry to embrace new technology to drive forward new ways of working. This report sets out CITB's commitment to innovation, te...
Behaviours, cultures and performance in the construction industry
The construction industry needs to be more productive to be more competitive. One way in which this can be achieved is by changing the behaviours and cultures inherent in the industry, encouraging pos...
Migration and construction - The view from employers, recruiters and non–UK born workers in 2019