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


Construction Skills Network forecasts 2018-2022 - West Midlands

The Construction Skills Network (CSN) provides market intelligence and insight for the UK construction industry. This report covers the West Midlands.

Training and the built environment 2017

This report (formerly the Trainee Numbers Survey) measures the number of people entering construction training and provides facts about the industry.

Changing perceptions: the growing appeal of a career in construction

This report outlines the findings of a CITB survey to understand perceptions of construction careers among young people, parents and career advice professionals.

Survey on Levy and grant support

These are the results of a survey of non-represented employers’ views on support for the Levy and Grant system (Consensus). The survey showed strong support for the 2018-2020 Levy proposal.

A new reality: immersive learning in construction

This report explores how the sector can modernise and innovate its training methods. It assesses the benefits provided by immersive learning and how it is being applied to best effect.

Achievers and leavers: barriers and opportunities for people entering the construction industry

This report brings together three related pieces of research to give an insight into the barriers and opportunities workers may face when entering the industry.

Value of vocational qualifications in the construction and built environment sector

CITB commissioned this study to examine the benefits that vocational construction and built environment qualifications bring to individuals, employers and the economy of Great Britain.

Destinations of construction learners in further education

This report presents findings from a study in England that compared learners’ expected outcomes from completing further education, construction and built environment courses in 2015/6 with the actual outcomes.

Migration and construction: the view from employers, recruiters and non-UK workers

This report was commissioned to investigate the nature, scale and demographics of the construction workforce in Britain, with a particular focus on the migrant workforce.

Faster, smarter, more efficient: building skills for offsite construction

This report examines how the use of offsite construction techniques is changing the skills and training landscape for construction.