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“There are still many people who think that being open and transparent about your sexuality is too uncomfortable, that Pride and its celebrations are merely an extension of this, as well as being a waste of company funds and resources.”
Low levels of awareness and engagement with the Points-Based System (PBS) post-Brexit continue to exacerbate existing skills shortages within the sector, according to the latest Migration and Construction report by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).
To ensure businesses don’t miss out on up to £50,000 of support, the deadline to apply for CITB’s Leadership and Management Development Fund for large businesses, has been extended to 31 July, 2023.
Important changes are being made to the CITB Health, Safety & Environment (HS&E) test for Managers and Professionals (MAP), supported by the launch of updated revision materials for candidates.
The Department for Education (DfE) will imminently be announcing its scheduled review into the role and effectiveness of both the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
Employers in the construction sector are being urged to get involved in Skills Bootcamps in their region and to help shape the training delivered.
Opportunity – for young people, employers and society – is central to the new Construction Leadership Council’s skills plan.
Sometimes work can offer hope when other parts of life are tough. Take Demolition Operative, Emmy Jones. Emmy has made great progress in her life since joining the Onsite Experience Hub in Leicester. The hub, run by the Council and co-funded by CITB, provides training and job opportunities for people seeking a career in construction.
Colleges across the UK are preparing to host the largest and longest-running construction skills competition, as approximately 1,000 students will compete in the SkillBuild 2023 regional qualifiers this year.
The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) today (20 April) published its Skills Plan for 2023 to support the net zero challenge and get young people into high-skilled, well-paid jobs. The Skills Plan is a cross industry collaboration.