Thirty-seven firms secured funding
Mace and Laing O’Rourke are among 37 firms to have secured funding for leadership and management initiatives.
CITB has chosen 38 successful bids for its leadership and management development fund, Graham secured funds for two separate projects, valued at just under £2.8m and aiming to support over 7,000 workers.
The fund was set up to enable large levy registered businesses to invest in developing the leadership, management or supervisory skills of their staff, and to identify key areas of training that could be supported by the grants scheme in the future.
The competitive fund attracted bids for in-house training programmes with requests to better understand the training needs of the organisation, or develop new approaches, as well as delivery. A number of the successful bids will also develop programmes that work with supply chains.
The areas for action vary among projects, ranging from recruitment and retention, to productivity improvement, and diversity.
Other firms to secure funding include ISG, Barratt, Berkeley, Bouygues and Sir Robert McAlpine.
The full list of succesful bids is available online.