Two webinars have been organised by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) to explain the practicalities of how the new Construction Talent Retention Scheme (CTRS) will work.
To help both businesses and candidates make the most of the free skills platform, ACE is hosting two online events which will feature a practical presentation. For businesses it will outline how they can showcase opportunities on the CTRS and search for talent. For individuals, it will show how they can find contract or permanent roles, upload their career details, and more.
There are already more than 450 businesses signed-up from across the construction industry and a pipeline of hundreds of roles going live over the coming weeks, including from consultancy firms like WSP and Tony Gee.
ACE has been instrumental behind the scenes working with its partners from the Construction Leadership Council to make the new scheme a reality. They hope it will help the industry avoid, as much as possible, the talent drain witnessed in previous recessions.
The two practical webinars, one for businesses and one for individuals, will showcase how businesses including Aggregate Industries, BAM Nuttall, Balfour Beatty, Taylor Wimpey, and Mace are already using the CTRS to meet their skills needs and how individuals are finding relevant opportunities. Attendees will also have an opportunity to see a demonstration of the technology behind the platform.
Click on the links below to register for the two ACE webinars.
Making the most of the CLC Talent Retention Scheme – Businesses
A webinar for ACE members on Wednesday 5 August at 12pm.
Making the most of the CLC Talent Retention Scheme – Individuals
A webinar for employees in the consulting and engineering sector on Friday 7 August at 12pm.