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Securing Engineering Construction Skills for the Future

This paper, Securing Engineering Construction Skills for the Future, follows on from Bridging the Skills Gap, the ECITB’s briefing paper that was published in September 2007. There has been widespread discussion amongst Engineering Construction employers, their Clients, Employer Associations and the Trades Unions that are key stakeholders in and central to the future of Engineering Construction as a thriving industry.

The feedback has been tremendous. The clarity of the overall message is unprecedented and reinforces the need for and importance of the industry stakeholders working together now to bring in more people with the right training and skills and to raise the skills of the existing workforce.

Our goal now is to focus the discussion on how to take the opportunity to secure the future skills for Engineering Construction.

Securing Engineering Construction Skills for the future






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