British Gypsum Minds the Gap for Construction

By Admin

British Gypsum

9th Apr 2015

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British Gypsum is continuing to tackle the current UK construction skills gap by providing education and training guidance across the plastering and drylining sector with the launch of its latest Training Brochure.  

From specialist upskilling courses, to modern day apprenticeships, the new literature gives information on requirements for the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) approved courses, allowing businesses to choose which will benefit their company.

The brochure also provides an overview of the latest courses available and the qualifications to be gained for new build and the refurbishment sector.

Since opening its first training academy in 1966, British Gypsum has delivered over 500,000 days of training courses through its network of academies across the UK, benefitting distributors, installers, suppliers, clients and main contractors.

Dave Hall, National Technical Academy Manager at British Gypsum, said: “The skills shortage is one of the most talked about topics in the construction industry. Our mission is to ensure this deficit can be resolved through a broad range of training solutions nationally.

“Businesses need to regularly access the skills required to grow as the industry continues to thrive. Our training brochure provides a comprehensive range of solutions to allow employers and individuals to react quickly to develop skills for new and existing installers.”

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