Boosting Infrastructure Productivity Programme
Training and development
Changing industry culture
Sir Robert McAlpine; Kier; BAM Nuttall; Galliford Try; Costain; Skanska; Geoffrey Osborne; Balfour Beatty; Tarmac; Clancy Docwra; Taylor Woodrwo; Laing O'Rourke; HW Martin; McGee Group; Mitie' Association for Consultancy & Engineering; CECA NE; CECA NW; CECA Y&H; CECA Midlands; CECA Southern; CECA SW; CECA Wales; Pinsent Masons; Arup; CA Blackwell; Jacobs; NIchols Group; Aquam Corp; Bentley Systems; Mark Bezzant; Glenn Hide; Schulmans; Fenwick Elliott; Driver Treet; Robert Bilbrough Associaties; Skyblue
This project will support infrastructure suppliers to be ready for Project 13, a fundamental change in how the sector’s clients deliver high performing infrastructure.
Project 13 was launched in May 2018. It seeks to develop a new business model – based on an enterprise, not on traditional transactional arrangements – to boost certainty and productivity in delivery, improve whole life outcomes in operation and support a more sustainable, innovative, highly skilled industry.
A major challenge for the roll out of Project 13 will be training and development of the workforce to deliver improved productivity. As Project 13 is a new initiative, there is no existing training provision.
The group’s proposal is to develop and deliver a Boosting Infrastructure Productivity syllabus focusing on Project 13, with a sustainable model that can continue after the funded period.
- 18 workshops:
- 50 company beneficiaries (20 SMEs), 200 participants
- 104 classroom sessions:
- 300 companies (120 SMEs), 3,000 participants
- 8 e-learning modules:
- 750 companies (300 SMEs), 5,000 participants
- 15 involved in workshops by Y2 end
09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2022