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Essential industry image, competencies and training

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Training and development

Sectors and roles, Careers and recruitment, Small employer support

Roofing Industry Alliance

The National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC); Lead Sheet Association (LSA); Single Ply Roofing Association (SPRA); Liquid Roofing Waterproofing Association (LRWA); The Federation of Traditional Metal Roofing Contractors (FTMRC); Lead Contractor Association (LCA); Mastic Asphalt Contractors (MAC); Metal Contractors and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA); The Confederation of Roofing Contractors (CoRC) and The Institute of Roofing (IoR)

Great Britain

£299,100

2016

Specialist

The project will deliver against top priority areas. These top priority areas are:

  • Reducing skills shortage of fully competent and qualified roofers who hold a relevant CSCS card
  • Reducing skills shortage of fully qualified competent roofing managers who hold a relevant CSCS card
  • Increase the profile of the roofing industry as a preferred career choice amongst school leavers
  • Create apprenticeship places
  • Create training incentives and corporate incentives/achievements.
  • Deliver 150 L2 NVQs to employees in roofing sector
  • 30 L3-6 NVQs
  • Delivery of ‘Repair and Maintenance of pre-1930 Buildings’ to 80 individuals employed in roofing sector
  • Deliver ‘introductory roofing’ module to 20 individuals who wish to follow a career in roofing

01 Mar 2016

28 Feb 2017

Project summary

The project finished in December 2017. 40 SME companies accessed training for 201 people and awareness of roofing as a career was raised by visits to 35 secondary schools.

A research report was produced which concluded that face-to-face engagement is key to sharing information and guidance and both CITB and trade organisations need to do more to provide such direct support.   

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