CITB funded research
CITB funds several research projects through the Flexible and Structured Funding Programme. The research helps to identify and address issues relating to careers, training and development and innovation. These cover a wide range of topics affecting the UK construction industry.
Some of the projects produce detailed research reports. These reports are free to download in PDF format.
See the list of reports below:
Roofing sector workforce development strategy 2017-2021
The project report aims to define how we attract, train and retain a skilled and professional workforce sufficient to build over one million new homes in the next 5 years.
Read the Roofing sector workforce development strategy 2017-2021
This report identifies key competencies needed in the infrastructure sector, current priorities for construction companies and an action plan to address some of these issues.
Read the Infrastructure 21 report
Multi-skilling in construction to address strategic industry priorities
This report explores the potential benefits and barriers of using multi-skilled operatives in the construction industry.
Read the Multi-skilling in construction report
Construction plant operator supply and demand
This report reviews the supply and demand of plant operators in the UK construction industry.
The aim is to gain better information which can be used for planning, and implementing recruitment and upskilling programmes in both general and specialist plant construction operative areas.
Read the Construction plant operator supply and demand report
Skills and training needs of Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW) in the UK construction industry
This report provides evidence of the scale of the skills gap and skills shortage of Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW) working in the UK construction industry.
Read the Skills and training needs of ECoW in the UK construction industry report
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