On the 3rd October 2018, Build UK and CECA carried out their annual SmartCard audit on their members’ sites. The results of this audit have now been compiled and released.
A man who manufactured and sold fake construction industry skill cards has been jailed for more than 3 years.
The Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR) has been rebranded, as part of a series of measures to add value to the energy and utilities sector workforce.
CSCS are pleased to confirm that Chartered Member and Fellow grades at the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) are now eligible for the Professionally Qualified Person (PQP) card.
CSCS is pleased to announce recognition of the new bricklayer apprenticeship standard Level 2 developed by the FMB-led employer group, in partnership with the wider industry. On completion of the apprenticeship workers will be able to apply for the CSCS blue Skilled Worker card.
A new white paper by CSCS IT Partner Donseed looks at the statistics behind how CSCS SmartCards are currently being verified on site.
FIS have announced the launch of their #iBuiltThis2018 campaign.
CSCS recently received reports that holders of NPORS cards (one of CSCS’s Partner Card Schemes) have had workers turned away from site because their cards were considered not to be approved by CSCS.
FIS have introduced two offers to help fit-out sector drylining operatives upgrade to the Blue Skilled Worker CSCS card, an essential replacement for the expired CRO cards which cannot be renewed.
Over the last few years CSCS has made a number of high profile changes that ensure construction workers hold the correct qualifications for the job they do on site.
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