How can construction crack its skills shortage?

Can construction win the war for talent? Find out by attending this webinar on Friday 14 October.

Construction has bounced back quicker than expected from the Covid-19 pandemic and the industry is set to reach 2019 levels of output in 2022. However, the sector still faces a significant skills challenge and, according to the Construction Industry Training Board, by 2025, the industry will need to recruit an additional 217,000 new workers just to meet demand.

This Infrastructure Intelligence webinar on 14 October 2022 will take a look at the skills, recruitment and retention challenges facing the industry and ask what needs to be done - by whom - to enable construction to crack the problem of its ongoing and historic skills shortage.

The government’s Build Back Better drive is placing increasing pressure on the industry to deliver and the sector also needs to invest in the skills that will drive change and meet new and growing needs such as net zero emissions and building safety. That means an increasing focus on specific skills and occupations such as leadership and management, digital skills and skills related to energy efficiency.

Can the industry step up to the plate? How can construction crack its skills shortage? Sign up to this webinar to find out.

Find out more by booking your place at this webinar, which is organised in association with our Events and Communications Strategic Partner, BECG

How can construction crack its skills shortage?
Friday 14 October 2022 at 11am

Rob O'Connor, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

To be confirmed.

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The Infrastructure Intelligence LIVE series of events is organised in association with our Events and Communications Strategic Partner, BECG

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