CITB Funded Programmes

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) provided seed funding for three GIRI co-ordinated pilot training schemes providing training to eliminate error and improve productivity.

In response to GIRI’s research into the root causes of error in the construction industry the CITB launched a £500k productivity commission in 2017. This commission called upon industry to address the identified skills gaps that are contributing significantly to the cost and frequency of errors, defects and re-work in construction.

Our Member consortium teams led by Berkeley, Kier and VINCI bid for, and were awarded, CITB funding to develop three innovative training schemes (outlined below) to address some of the headline issues identified in their research. 

Delivery supported by the GIRI training team and consultants: Hard Hat Training Services and Imagine Engineering has enabled these schemes to be stringently tested with over 800 delegates, from over 60 construction organisations, to ensure the training can deliver maximum impact on error reduction and productivity for the construction industry.

Training Content & Updates: For further information about training courses, getting involved or running a course please contact rachel.hogarth@getitright.uk.com

Training Across Interfaces

Supervisor & Management Skills

Leadership Training

Training Across Interfaces

The aim of this scheme is to deal with error at interfaces, and it combines two parts.

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Supervisor & Management Skills

The aim of this scheme is to design and deliver an industry-recognised and accredited modular training programme for frontline supervisors and managers which will lead to error reduction and prevention.

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Leadership Training

The aim for this scheme is to develop training for organisational and project leaders to develop leadership around error avoidance. The training will be delivered to two different audiences, one is leaders within a single organisation, and the other is multi-organisation project leadership teams.

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