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Experienced construction workers have knowledge that can’t be found in books. And by becoming teachers, a key aim of the Construction Leadership Council’s new skills plan, older workers can equip new entrants with skills that help their career. Take Charlie Thorp, 66, a Construction Lecturer, Assessor and Mentor to bricklaying apprentices and Property Maintenance Operatives at South Essex College.
Globe-trotting stonemason Jon Langstone has packed a lot into his career. Since becoming an apprentice in 2011, CITB-supported Jon has: Guided Anne, Princess Royal, on a tour of a restoration project he worked on, Put his stonemason and project-leading skills to the test in Canada, Returned home to Swansea to study a construction manager course at university.
Solution-seeking Andrew Manson has been named Plant Mechanic Apprentice of the Year.
From upskilling staff to attracting new recruits and increasing the services they offer, the team at Sanctus have enjoyed a wealth of benefits as a result of applying to CITB’s Skills and Training Fund.
Small and medium sized businesses across the construction industry are feeling the pressure of rising costs. And that’s why, to cover much-needed training and certificate updates for site staff, SIAD Group worked with their CITB adviser to put in a funding application to support their annual training budget.
As a family-run company with 45 years of successful trading under its belt, Hawkins Group is in a position to give something back. This year, thanks to financial support from the CITB, the company has been able to employ and develop six apprenticeships to help tackle the skills gap within the construction industry.
Gez Bonner, National Training Manager of L Lynch Plant Hire & Haulage Ltd, spoke with CITB about the training they offer Plant Operators to master GPS technology on construction sites and the partnership with CITB that made it possible.
CITB’s Engagement Advisor for Dorset, Darren Lawrence was excited to be asked to support the training needs of this creative crew at Daniel Jeffries Carpentry!
When former Care home worker Natalie Visser began health and safety training she never imagined it would lead to a bold career change as part of the Construction Skills Fund (CSF) programme.
“Around 12 months ago V&C contacted me and asked if I’d be interested in developing and expanding the apprentice programme.