Jobs, Growth and Social inclusion

Skills and Training

The skills base of the industry needs to be developed urgently to cope with an increase in activity that will include major infrastructure projects such as HS2, roads, railways, hospitals, schools, prisons and new homes. Whilst recognising this is a challenge, construction can offer longterm skilled employment opportunities that can act as a catalyst in achieving inclusive economic growth.


 


 
 
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