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DELIVERING INNOVATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE SKILLS SOLUTIONS


The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has over 25 years’ experience working with employers to deliver innovative and collaborative skills solutions across the energy sector, including wind.


A statutory skills body, the organisation has supported over 1.5 million learners with over £380m investment in a range of craft, technical and managerial skills required by industry. The organisation has developed many pioneering qualifications and training standards, which are delivered by approved training providers, including the Hydraulically Torque and Tension Wind Turbine Bolted Connections qualification. It is also working with employers to develop new apprenticeship standards, including the Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician which has a dedicated wind turbine technician pathway.


training providers, the ECITB is well placed to transfer knowledge and experience to the renewables sector, including in critical areas such as health and safety, to support the industry’s skills needs.


COMPREHENSIVE PORTFOLIO


SUPPORTED OVER 1.5 MILLION LEARNERS WITH OVER £380M INVESTMENT...


The organisation has a comprehensive portfolio of training solutions including supervisory and management training. Their supervisory training offers easy to access, intensive modular courses which upon successful completion of all modules leads to the award of the ECITB Silver card. Their management training includes nationally recognised qualifications and upon completion of the NVQ Level 3 management qualification learners receive an Assuring Competency in Engineering (ACE) card. These cards provide confirmation that the individual has achieved a recognised standard of competency, boosting the productivity of performance and productivity of industry and helping to mitigate supervisory and management risk.


COST EFFICIENCY BRITAIN’S ENERGY COAST


ECITB has a strong presence on Britain’s Energy Coast with regional operations supporting employers and learners. Working with employers, local skills agencies and its network of approved


With the wind sector, like other industries, under pressure to reduce costs, it is important that contractors and clients alike look to improve their cost efficiency of projects.


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