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Qualifying the workforce
To ensure that we have a fully qualified workforce by 2010, we'll need to provide training courses for specialist trades, safely integrate migrant workers, and licence the 500,000 skilled workers who lack formal qualifications.
ACHIEVING EMPLOYABILITY FOR LIFE - ON-SITE
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THE IDEA

To deliver enough on-site assessment and training, it is essential that colleges and commercial training providers improve their capacity for trainers and assessors to get on site. To encourage more college-based assessors to get involved, additional government funding needs to be made available for learners from 2006/7.

This funding should be available across the UK, and the proposed right to “tuition costs” outlined in the Skills White Paper should not be artificially restricted to attendance at off-site colleges or centres.

Construction Industry Council
CITB-ConstructionSkills
CITB Northern Ireland

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