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Construction Skills Network forecasts 2017-2021 - West Midlands

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

Construction Skills Network forecasts 2017-2021 - Yorkshire and Humber

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

Construction Skills Network forecasts 2017-2021 - North West

The Construction Skills Network (CSN) provides market intelligence and insight for the UK construction industry. This report covers the north west of England.

Construction Skills Network forecasts 2017-2021 - Wales

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

Career and training progression routes

A programme of research was undertaken to investigate career progression, training, education and qualifications in the construction sector.

Training and the built environment 2016

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

OSAT: Capacity research and evaluation of the current model for delivery

This report was commissioned following anecdotal evidence around the quality of OSAT and preparedness of assessors to meet requirements of new Apprenticeship Trailblazers.

Construction Skills Network brexit report

Construction Skills Network (CSN) has produced an interim report to reflect how the UK’s vote in favour of leaving the EU has changed the outlook for the construction sector.

Employment by occupation

The survey provides information on the numbers of people employed in both manual and non-manual occupations in the construction industry.

Skills & training in the construction industry 2016

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.