• University challenge

    John Barfoot, Learning, Education & Academic Director at CABE, is finding ways to make graduate recruitment easier.
  • Blazing a trail

    One of the biggest challenges to our industry is increasing the attractiveness of the industry as a career choice says Aled Williams, Director of Research, Innovation and Partnerships at UCEM.
  • Succession planning

    Upskilling, reskilling and retraining – three examples of thinking around the skills gap in the UK construction industry.

  • Skills shortage

    Boss Training and the CIC note that there are ways to minimise disruption to business in the post-Brexit exodus, including upskilling workers and utilising apprenticeships.
  • Design challenges

    Building engineering involves problem solving and creative thinking, and it’s a skillset that’s honed during studies.
  • Great expectations

    How can educational institutions encourage greater diversity in the industry? By teaching STEM subjects without prejudice and by exploring their potential for fun.
  • Chicken and EEGS

    Engineers are encouraging children to explore STEM-related careers through grant scheme.
  • Future proof

    When those with construction experience and expertise meet those with digital know-how, amazing things can happen says David Adams.