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The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board provides professional advice, information, skills development and qualifications to help individuals within engineering construction succeed in their chosen careers.

Working closely with industry employers, their training programmes and Vocational Qualifications guarantee competence in practical craft and technician occupations as well as the technical, management supervisory, design and project management skills.



WebinEYE #3 – APPRAISE – The Value Creation Pipeline – Wednesday, 30 September 12.30pm

The ECITB Oil & Gas Project Management WebinEYE Series of Webinars, is delivered by Industry Professionals, focusing on critical areas of ‘Values & Behaviours’ through the full project lifecycle. The WebinEYE events, also recorded for later viewing, bring together good practice in Industry demonstrated through application by the presenter and captured through an inspiring storytelling webinar.

The webinars follow the phases of a typical ‘life of field’ project lifecycle and will focus on PM-related subjects which highlight and challenge common Industry issues, promote knowledge sharing and demonstrate good practice where this occurs.

The third of the 14-part Project Management WebinEYE series focuses on APPRAISE - The Value Creation Pipeline. Following the Discovery of an oil & gas accumulation, the APPRAISE phase (which some operators refer to as ‘Assess’ or ‘Identify’) is the first step in the project development process and is critical in achieving adequate Front End Loading (FEL) for delivery of a successful project.

For more information and to register, please visit ECITB WebinEYE Series


The Skills Charter is to encourage both companies and clients in engineering construction to put the skills shortage at the top of their agenda. Here are some of the companies that have signed the pledge.
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