We are constantly told that the UK demolition industry is suffering from a skills shortage; that we need to find another 50,000 people each year for the next decade to meet workload demands; that we need to attract more young people into the sector. So why is the industry giving the run-around to willing workers?
Despite knowing that competence card scammers are here today and gone tomorrow, it took 17 days for the CITB to respond to a report of a bogus card scam.
How the greed, stupidity and short-sightedness of the demolition and construction industry’s training regime is potentially costing the sector experienced workers.
One of the greatest challenges facing the UK construction industry is identifying, attract, and recruiting people to the industry. To coincide with National Apprenticeship Week, The Construction Collective pulls together some of the biggest names in the sector to look at how they are helping to identify and train the industry stars of the future.
The piling sector is currently facing a severe skills shortage. The demolition sector is currently facing a severe skills shortage. The piling sector is struggling to recruit young people. The demolition sector is struggling to recruit young people. The piling sector has an ageing workforce. The demolition sector has an ageing workforce. Training within the…Read moreRead more
In this very special and very long) episode of The Break Fast Show, we are joined by Howard Button, CEO of both the National Federation of Demolition Contractors and the National Demolition Training Group. Topics discussed include competence cards, the level of experience required to attain some of the higher CCDO cards, the role of…Read moreRead more
Demolition expert decries parlous sate of nation’s car parks. Yesterday, we hosted what we hope will be the first of many educational seminar sessions on specific aspects of the demolition process. Yesterday’s session, sponsored by Amicus Insurance, was hosted by C&D Consultancy’s Mike Kehoe, a man with the demolition of more than 50 multi-storey car…Read moreRead more
Britain’s construction training body pledges pre-COVID rates. The training body for British construction is proposing to keep rates at pre-COVID levels as it launches a wide-reaching consultation into its funding proposals. A six-week consultation into how CITB raises its Levy – the funding needed from the industry for the training body to provide its support…Read moreRead more
C&D Consultancy, Amicus Insurance and DemolitionNews are delighted to announce that they will host an open and FREE online seminar on the subject of Car Park Demolition. The seminar will be broadcast LIVE on our Facebook page at 2pm on 25 February 2021; and will draw upon the expertise of C&D Consultancy’s Mike Kehoe. We…Read moreRead more
Coming together for the greater good of the industry. C&D Consultancy, Amicus Insurance and DemolitionNews are delighted to announce that they will host an open and FREE online seminar on the subject of Car Park Demolition. The seminar will be broadcast LIVE right here on DemolitionNews at 2pm on 25 February 2021 (NOT 23 February…Read moreRead more