Supply chain school – strategic partnership

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Training and development

Changing industry culture, Productivity and new ways of working, Digital and new technology, Learning resources, New qualifications and courses, Small employer support, Leadership and management

SKANSKA - on behalf of supply chain partners

Aggregate Industries, BAM, Barratt, Berkeley Group, Carillion, Costain, Galliford Try, Hochtief, Interserve, ISG, Kier, Lend Lease, Morgan Sindall, Prater, Sir Robert McAlpine, Tarmac, VGC, Vinci, Willmott Dixon and Wates

Great Britain

£2,510,496

2016

Infrastructure, Housing, Commercial, Specialist

The project delivers a 5 year strategic collaboration with the CITB as a trusted advisor on skills issues within the sector to significantly increase the level of training within the supply chain and help to promote and enable innovation.

A longer term relationship will allow the School Partners to plan more strategically, innovate, foster collaboration and offer an opportunity to work with our supply chains to both close the skills gap and address skills shortages.

  • Train 2,500 manager at half day workshops
  • Train 5,000 managers at full day workshops
  • Engage 1,000 managers and leaders in a needs analysis report
  • Develop 50 new learning modules, and update a further 50 modules
  • With a target proportion of 70% SMEs.

01 Feb 2016

31 Dec 2020

Resources available

Visit the Supply Chain School for access to e-learning modules, video toolboxes and case studies.

Read the CITB case study.

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