Confirmed to speak:
- Sarah Beale, Acting Chief Executive, Construction Industry Training Board
- The Rt Hon Lord Stunell OBE, former DCLG Minister, House of Lords working group on the impact of Brexit on the construction industry
- John Bryson, Employment and Enterprise Manager, East Thames Limited
- Professor Linda Clarke, Director, Centre for the Study of Production of the Built Environment, University of Westminster
The Prime Minister has announced that her Government will seek to leave the Single Market as part of its Brexit negotiations. This could have a significant impact upon recruitment within the construction industry, which employs 176,500 workers from the European Union - nearly 10 percent of the total workforce. London is particularly at risk from the changes, with a quarter of its construction workers coming from the EU.
It is vital that the construction industry is ready to meet the potential workforce challenges that could arise as a result of Brexit, with recruiting and training British workers likely to be a key priority.
Join our Breakfast Briefing on 14th September for an opportunity to discuss what Brexit means for skills and recruitment in construction. Hear from our speakers, including Sarah Beale, Acting Chief Executive, Construction Industry Training Board, about what the industry can do to prepare for the future.
Key Issues to be Addressed Include:
- The impact of Brexit on the construction workforce
- Mitigating the risks and uncertainties arising from Brexit
- Actions the industry can take while negotiations are ongoing
- Recruiting and retaining more British construction workers
- Government policies to support recruitment in construction
- Partnership working between the industry, training providers and public sector stakeholders
This Brexit Breakfast Briefing is a concentrated event, designed to cover the key issues in a convenient half-day format.
This briefing will provide you the opportunity to discuss how you can prepare for the challenges facing the construction industry in light of Brexit. You will explore what stakeholders can do now to future-proof against the potential effects of Brexit on recruitment and skills in the construction industry.
Who Should Attend?
Delegates at this Breakfast Briefing will include anyone with an interest in skills in the construction sector, including Employment Managers, HR Officers & Managers, Union Representatives, Heads of Talent and Recruitment Leads within the industry itself, but also representatives from regional and local government whose roles focus on skills, development and growth.
For registration enquiries please contact: Customer.Services@westminster-briefing.com | 0207 593 5657
To discuss event sponsorship, speaking opportunities and agenda content, please email: Dominic.Leigh@dodsgroup.com