A wide range of training and research reports about the construction industry are available to download in full below
Click on the following links to download the relevant report in full:
- Nuclear New Build Employment Scenarios (PDF, 2.6 MB)
This report was commissioned as a result of the need to gain a better understanding of the construction workforce requirements for the proposed nuclear new build (NNB) programme, and its possible implications for future training requirements.
- Build to last (PDF, 292 KB)
The CITB Build to Last Programme is about ensuring that the UK is building a sustainable future.
- Evaluation of Work Readiness (PDF, 1.5 MB)
This report examines the work readiness of entrants to the UK construction sector who have work-related qualifications.
- Employment by Occupation in the Construction Industry (PDF, 1.95 MB)
The survey set out to provide information on the numbers of people employed by occupation in the construction industry, including both manual and non-manual occupations at a more detailed level than the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes.
- Management and Supervisory Skills (PDF, 832 KB)
This research examines the management and supervisory workforce, qualification levels, training, skills gaps and priority areas for skill development.
- Market Assessment 2003 (PDF, 151 KB)
Provides a comprehensive assessment of the UK construction industry, its performance and its skills needs for the future.
- Training and the Built Environment
This report (formerly the Trainee Numbers Survey) measures the number of people entering construction training and provides facts about the industry.
- Understanding Future Change in Construction (PDF, 3.4 MB)
The aim of the research was to provide an evidence base on future skills across the construction sector. It takes a high level overview of where the industry expects to be in the short term (1-3yrs) medium term (3-5yrs) and long term (5-10yrs), and the resulting generic skills and training needs.