Articles from The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)

Apprenticeship reforms imperative to tackling skills shortages post-Covid-19 suggests new research

New research published by @ECITB_Skills calls for Government, employers and the media to change how we deliver and report on apprenticeships.

Skills and training critical to meet net zero targets says new report

Industry and Government must join forces to ensure the workforce has the #skills to deliver the infrastructure required for #NetZero according to a new report published by @ECITB_Skills 

ECITB announces £5m training boost for graduate engineers

ECITB commits £90m to support the future of industry training

The ECITB has unveiled a new £90 million skills investment plan to meet the current and future skills needs of the engineering construction industry.

Skills shortages in nuclear sector point the way to dealing with wider challenge for UK industry

Closing the nuclear #skills gap As it takes shape on the Somerset coast, you can’t fail to be impressed by the spectacle of Hinkley Point C, the new nuclear power station that is currently being built by EDF. On a recent visit I was struck by the scale of the site and the size of the workforce needed. More than 25,000 workers will be involved in different phases of the construction and once operational around 1,000 people will be required on site.

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