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Found 320 research reports. Research reports are sorted in reverse chronological order.


Workforce mobility and skills in the UK construction sector 2005 - West Midlands

Find out about the qualifications levels in the UK construction sector, as well as the extent of occupational and geographic mobility. This report covers the West Midlands.

Employers' skills needs survey 2004

Results of an annual survey to determine skill needs and training practices amongst both self-employed individuals and employers working in the construction industry across the UK.

Build to last - reviewing sustainability construction

CITB's Build to Last Programme is about ensuring that the UK is building a sustainable future.

Skills needs analysis for construction 2004

Skills Needs Analysis provides the evidence base to demonstrate what the industry skill needs are and whether or not they are being satisfactorily met by current training and funding models across the UK.

Trainee numbers survey 2003/2004

This report (now known as the Training and the Built Environment) measures the number of people entering construction training and provides facts about the industry.

Trainee numbers survey 2002/2003

This report (now known as the Training and the Built Environment) measures the number of people entering construction training and provides facts about the industry.

Scottish construction skills survey

This report summarises the findings of a survey of 2,000 Scottish construction employers.

Employers' skills needs survey 2003

This report present the results of an annual survey to determine skill needs and training practices amongst both self-employed individuals and employers working in the construction industry across the UK.

Market assessment for the construction industry

This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the UK construction industry, its performance and its skills needs for the future.

Innovation, skills and productivity

This report is a reflection of the construction sector's opinion on innovation through literature review and consultation.