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Scottish Civils TG Covid 19 Site Briefing v1 6-5-20 We have provided a back to work Site Briefing for use of members and any other organisations who may find this useful in the coming months. This is a powerpoint presentation and can be adapted by members to suit their own companies.
We have information from a variety of training providers who are able to offer fully funded places on the following qualifications. Please contact us for further information: VQ L3 Occupational Supervision VQ L2 General Construction Operations VQ L4 Construction Management Level 3 (Supervisor) includes: Occupational Works Supervisor Building & Civil Engineering Residential Development Construction Contracting Operations – Surveying, Estimating, General. Built Environment Design Lifting Operations (Supervision) (A62) Level 4 (Manager) includes: Building & Civil Engineering Residential Development Construction Contracting Operations – Surveying, Estimating, General. Built Environment Design Lifting Operations (Planning) (A61)
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 email@example.com Report Link: https://scottishcivilstraining.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Employability-of-Graduates-in-the-Scottish-Construction-Industry-Report-June-2019.pdf