SCTG recently commissioned research into whether civil engineering and construction management graduates in Scotland have the skills they need and that their employers expect when they complete their degree programmes. This Report delivers the findings of this research and also asks what training and support is provided by employers when they employ graduates. We would encourage suggestions and recommendations on which of these findings should be our next priorities for further action. Constructive feedback will be appreciated – please email firstname.lastname@example.org Report Link: https://scottishcivilstraining.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Employability-of-Graduates-in-the-Scottish-Construction-Industry-Report-June-2019.pdf
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Check out the new programme of courses for Spring which include: Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDs) Drainage Design Flood Risk Assesssment ICE H&S Legislation Ground Investigation Pavement Design
Here is the link to a very short (5 questions) survey for you to tell us which courses you would like to see on this year’s training programme. Please complete this survey and submit to us before the end of February. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/P7QH7SV
We have information from a variety of training providers who are able to offer fully funded places on the following qualifications: VQ L3 Occupational Supervision VQ L2 General Construction Operations VQ L4 Construction Management Please contact us for further information or to apply.
New courses introduced include three different levels of training – targeted at Operatives, Experienced Operatives and Novices. The courses include: coring holes in structural fabric, horizontally, vertically, at an angle and stitch drilling techniques. On successful completion of the course candidates will gain a basic set of skills to be able to core holes in a safe manner and for the 3 and 5 day courses candidates can progress to achieving an S/NVQ.
New Temporary Works Design Courses – both Above Ground and Below Ground These new innovative courses are available again following high levels of demand for the July first course. Full course information is available on the courses page and bookings will be taken on a first come, first served basis.