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Building the construction operational workforce of 2030

Building the construction operational workforce of 2030

In direct response to the governments review of post-16 qualifications at level 2 and below earlier this year leading construction apprenticeships and skills membership organisation the Cross-Industry Construction Apprenticeship Task Force (CCATF) began a collaboration with NOCN Group, a market-leading international Awarding Organisation with a significant focus in the construction sector.

The output from that collaboration is the Building the construction operational workforce of 2030 white paper.

Construction is a key sector in terms of the UK economy and can clearly be a driver for economic growth and productivity at the same time underpinning a more rapid transition to the much-desired green economy. Skills, however, must provide the necessary ‘engine room’ for the sector to achieve its goals

Drawing upon detailed research and, critically, the opinions and views of the construction industry itself, the paper highlights numerous key areas of concern. It reveals the sector-wide assertion that the removal of funding from Level 2 and below qualifications, certainly on the scale projected, will have a dramatic and deleterious effect on the construction sector specifically and the wide UK skills landscape at large.

We would be very pleased to engage with you in discussing the issues it raises and would, should you consider it appropriate, encourage your endorsement of its message to a wider audience. In the event that you have specific comments or contributions, please contact us directly.

The report, in fill can be accessed here.

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