ECITB Engineering training and assessment

The ECITB works with employers and training providers to develop and deliver a wide range of engineering training. ECITB offers engineering training in technical, craft, professional and management disciplines.

ECITB technical and craft engineering training courses cover key skills that help employees find work and meet industry needs.

Management and professional engineering training focuses on project and team management and delivery.  The courses and training standards support the development of professional competency for supervisors, project managers, project and cost controllers, estimators, planners, schedulers and engineers – both in terms of career progression and, in the journey towards chartered status.

ECITB is continually working with industry to develop our range of training courses which are available to employers through our network of approved training providers. For the latest product development news click here. For open training courses and dates, here is a link to the course calendar (link to the training course event page)

Grant support

All in-scope employers are eligible for grant support for professional and management engineering training from the ECITB. Please discuss your requirements with your local ECITB Account Manager. You can find their contact information in the ‘ECITB in your region’ section of Contact Us here.

For more information visit our Grants’ page

“The ECITB is truly valued as part of the team”

Head and shoulders portrait picture of Andrew Riley Director of Mecatherm West Midlands

“As our company has grown the ECITB has supported our staff to receive high level management qualifications using our preferred training provider. As well as maintaining our existing technical training, we are now continually upgrading our management training from the Chairman down. In that time the company’s turnover has more than doubled.   It is certain that without the support of the ECITB we could not have funded the level of training that we need to build Mechatherm.  The ECITB is truly valued by us and we look on them as part of the team.”

Andrew Riley - Chairman, Mecatherm