The ECITB has listened to calls from employers to make training more accessible during the current lockdown period.
As a temporary measure, we are now directly funding a range of training courses to support industry during the Covid-19 crisis.
With cash flow a major concern for many companies at the current time, this measure will help to overcome the financial constraints preventing employers from accessing training and will provide a welcome boost to training providers.
We are actively encouraging in-scope employers to consider online training options for their staff. There are places still available on the funded courses listed below and new courses in the pipeline so don’t miss out.
Chris Claydon, Chief Executive of the ECITB, said: “This is an extremely difficult time for many engineering construction employers and the ECITB is doing all we can to support ongoing training activities.
“We are directly funding training so employers can continue to train their workforce without having to pay upfront and reclaim grant payments. Not only will this help to ease some of the financial pressures on businesses, it will also ensure that important training continues during the current lockdown period.”
ECITB direct-funded courses 2020
To apply for a place on a course contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for a place on a course contact email@example.com
Other courses we have procured include:
- Project Management – E-learning and Virtual Classroom options.
- Process Safety Management
- IOSH Managing Safely and Working Safely
- NEBOSH General Certificate and NEBOSH Construction
If you require the ECITB to procure an online training course for your business please contact your account manager or contact David and Paul directly if you have an interest in Certificate in Project Controls or ECITB supervisory training modules.
If you wish to procure online training please apply for ECITB grant support through the Membership Services Portal. If there is sufficient demand from our in-scope employers for a specific type of training we will seek to arrange an ECITB-specific session.