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The Construction Skills Certification Scheme has revealed it is making a number of changes to its CSCS cards, with workers seeking trainee, supervisory and managerial jobs the most likely to be affected.

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Good news for construction workers?

The shortage of experienced bricklayers and other skilled trades has significantly pushed up wages for site workers over the past year, a new survey of construction recruitment agencies has revealed.

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At Kalcrest, we understand how vital recruiting the right workers is to the success of construction projects and our services are designed to make that as straightforward as possible for you.
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Contractors and subcontractors need to be aware that important changes to the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) are being introduced in April 2016.
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The Government has been warned that any efforts to solve the housing crisis will fail unless steps are taken to tackle the construction sector’s skills shortage.

Bernard Brown, Partner at KPMG, made the comments in response to the latest Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) Report On Jobs, which showed that the number of both permanent and temporary construction jobs available continues to grow.

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Average pay in the building trade has risen by 5.1% over the past 12 months. Is it time to consider a career in construction?

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Nearly 100,000 new construction workers and engineers need to be recruited and trained by 2020 in order to successfully deliver major infrastructure projects, according to the National Infrastructure Plan for Skills.

The skills shortage in the construction industry is already causing delays to both housebuilding and commercial property developments, but the government-backed report has identified that the problems could be even more severe in the infrastructure sector.

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