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Construction Forum - The Importance of a Talented and Diverse Workforce

Please note this event is now being held as a webinar.

Guest Speakers

  • Nick James – Partnerships Director – The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)

Construction is facing a number of challenges including changes in migration, an aging workforce and a period of economic rebalancing accompanied by increases in workloads – including some key largescale infrastructure projects. But we also need to look towards the future and how industry can deliver projects more effectively using new methods of construction.

  • Paul Scrivens – Commercial Director – The LoveLocaljobs Foundation C.I.C

Helping local organisations to thrive by attracting and retaining the very best talent from the local communities in which they operate. Based on industry knowledge and experience from working with some of the region’s biggest employers Paul will offer some practical tips and insights to help you lock in the talent your business needs to succeed.

 

To reserve your place please book through the website or call 01444 259259.

 

Once you have reserved your place, you will receive special instructions as to how to join. This event will be using ‘Zoom‘, a free online meeting platform. Please ensure you register & download the app prior to joining to event. The event will start promptly.

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06-10-2020
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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If you are a Premier or Gold Member you may be entitled to book this event with your credit pot.

Please call 01444 259 259 to check with your account manager.

Prices (excludes VAT)

Non-members:£60.00

Bronze:£25.00

Silver:£25.00

Gold:£25.00

Premier:£25.00

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