Infrastructure 21 - implementation
Training and development
Changing industry culture, Sectors and roles, New qualifications and courses, Small employer support, Leadership and management
Civil Engineering Contractors Association
Highways England, the Environment Agency, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association, and NCE magazine
The Infrastructure 21 project is a cross-industry collaboration that focuses on ensuring that the UK’s infrastructure supply chain has the competence and capacity to deliver a 50% increase in output in the next five years. It will develop and deliver upskilling for supply chain firms, targeted directly at those areas identified by industry as priorities through an extensive industry survey.
- Deliver a National Industry Stand-down day,(up to 3,000 individuals stop work to consider H&S of their actions)
- Develop training modules and pilot to 120 individuals
- Deliver mock trials to give experience of a health & safety trial inspired by real-world incidents, to 250 middle-managers;
- Deliver regional supplier conferences to 400 individuals.
01 Jan 2016
31 Jul 2019
> Download the Infrastructure 21 research outcomes on the CECA website (PDF file)