Construction Week launches Skills Gap Survey 2019-2020

The survey is designed for the industry to confidentially express their views on whether the sector requires further training

We ask the industry whether they are receiving the right training to fulfill their daily tasks? [representational]
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We ask the industry whether they are receiving the right training to fulfill their daily tasks? [representational]

The Construction Week Skills Gap Survey 2019-2020 is open for the industry to assess whether you are receiving enough training for your job.

Construction companies are finding it increasingly difficult to hire skilled workers to match the growing demand for projects deliveries, especially in the Middle East market. 

And with additional challenges caused by margin squeezes over the past few years, budgets for training programmes, apprenticeships, and internships for a lot of local and international companies have plummeted.

This survey assesses the requirements for more training of employees in the construction sector to support career growth and effective delivery of projects.

All information provided as part of the CW Skills Gap Survey 2019-2020 will remain anonymous, and will only be used to showcase statistics from the industry.

To find out whether you are getting the proper training for your role, simply complete the questionnaire here.

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