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Don’t be afraid to start the conversation

ECITB is celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2022 by launching a Diversity and Inclusion blog series. The aim of this blog series is provide a space where different experiences can be shared, different thoughts put forward, in order that everyone can learn a little about the lived reality [...]

2022-06-21T12:14:43+01:00June 24th, 2022|Diversity and Inclusion|0 Comments

Workforce census reveals UK food and drink sector in good health

The food and drink manufacturing sector experienced fewer delays and downturns during the pandemic than other engineering construction industry (ECI) sectors resulting in fewer job losses, according to findings from the ECITB’s Workforce Census. Analysis of survey data provided by 29 ECITB-registered companies working in the food and drink [...]

2022-02-18T10:21:04+00:00February 18th, 2022|Food & Drink, Policy & Research|0 Comments

Workforce census shows impact of pandemic on chemical industry

Engineering construction contractors working in the UK’s chemical sector have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic with headcount almost halving between 2019 and 2022, according to a new report published by the ECITB. The ECITB’s Workforce Census provides a detailed snapshot of the engineering construction supply [...]

2022-02-17T11:40:53+00:00February 17th, 2022|Chemical, Policy & Research|0 Comments

Water treatment sector faces workforce challenges

Contractors working in the water treatment sector saw their workforce decline by almost one-fifth during the pandemic – more than any other engineering construction industry (ECI) sector - according to findings from the ECITB’s Workforce Census. With almost half of the remaining workforce set to retire within the [...]

Workforce census shows surging power generation sector

Engineering construction firms operating in the UK’s Power Generation sector are set to grow their headcount by a third by 2023 compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report published by the ECITB. The power generation sector includes supply chain companies involved in electricity generation from coal, [...]

2022-02-16T10:11:17+00:00February 15th, 2022|Policy & Research, Power Generation|0 Comments

Workforce census shows ageing workforce challenge for renewables sector

The renewable energy industry has a central role in meeting the UK’s net zero targets, but the sector must address its ageing workforce to avoid skills challenges in the future according to new research by the ECITB. The renewables sector, which includes wind, wave, tidal, hydro power, solar [...]

2022-02-14T10:33:11+00:00February 14th, 2022|Policy & Research, Renewables|0 Comments

Industry project managers celebrate mentoring success

The ECITB is celebrating the achievements of the latest cohort of mentees and their mentors to successfully complete its highly acclaimed Project Management Mentoring Programme. A total of 18 project managers from the oil and gas, subsea, nuclear, engineering, and design sectors took part in the ECITB’s Oil [...]

2022-01-25T11:20:27+00:00January 25th, 2022|Oil & Gas|0 Comments

Nuclear industry census reveals positive signs of growth alongside workforce challenges

The UK’s Nuclear energy industry is on course for recovery with employers forecasting the workforce will exceed pre-pandemic levels by five percent next year, reports the ECITB.  But with the buoyant nuclear supply chain facing a raft of opportunities for growth, from decommissioning to new build, the sector must [...]

2022-01-25T10:47:49+00:00January 25th, 2022|News, Nuclear, Policy & Research|0 Comments

Have your say on the ECITB

The ECITB is running a second annual Stakeholder and Customer Satisfaction Survey during the Autumn to find out how we’re performing and where we can improve. Over a 4-week period, we will gather data from all in-scope employers, training providers, approved centres as well as other key external stakeholders. [...]

2021-08-31T10:27:29+01:00August 31st, 2021|Policy & Research|0 Comments
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