The ECITB works with employers and training providers to attract, develop and qualify the engineering construction workforce in a wide range of craft, technical and professional disciplines. We invest approximately £25 million each year to support skills development within the industry.

The organisation was established to address a market failure within the industry to provide training to its workforce. The ECITB addresses this market failure through its levy and grant system, which is used to drive up skill levels and fund training.

Along with the education sector, government and employers, we work to ensure the UK has workers with the skills to meet the needs of the engineering construction industry.

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Skills Bootcamps support unemployed Teesside residents into jobs in engineering construction


A group of 12 unemployed people from Teesside have taken the first steps to securing a job in the engineering construction industry after beginning a Trainee Maintenance Operative (TMO) Skills Bootcamp Programme. The cohort, aged 19 and over, will gain…

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ECITB announces £1M investment in Regional Skills Hubs – including in North East


The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has announced it will invest one million pounds for Regional Skills Hubs over the next two years to boost training provider capacity and grow new entrant numbers in the ‘Industrial Cluster’ hot spots…

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