Infrastructure Development Programme

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Training and development

Sectors and roles, New qualifications and courses, Small employer support, Leadership and management

Civil Engineering Contractors Association

Bezzant, Clyde & Co, JR Knowles, McNaughton McGregor, Pinsent Mason, Robert Bilborough Associates, and Watson Burden, New Civil Engineer, Scottish Civil Engineering Contractors Training Group, Grampian Construction Training Group, Highland Construction Training Group, Civil Engineering Training Group (North East), Yorkshire Civils Training Group, North West Contractors Training Group, Shropshire Construction Training Group, Midlands Construction Training Group, and Tunnelskills

Great Britain

£1,116,000

2016

Infrastructure

The project will develop a sustainable model for specialist infrastructure training provision, creating a structured framework that allows employees in the sector to develop the core skills that they require to operate in key roles in the sector where skills shortages currently exist. The end-state will be a self-sustaining training model that is developed by industry, for industry; providing targeted training that would not otherwise be readily available for companies in the sector.

• Develop a new approach to the funding and delivery of specialist infrastructure • Training provision and pilot to 52 participants from 24 SMEs and 28 major contractors • 240 training interventions • 2,500 middle-management beneficiaries

01 Jul 2016

30 Jun 2019

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