- 70 New jobs to be created from NEETs/long-term unemployed persons per annum
- 85 Average number of training weeks to be achieved per £m of project spend
Upskilling your workforce
Digital upskilling is required of all roles within construction, from commercial to engineering, clients to suppliers, and across all trades and grades irrespective of experience.
The construction industry has long suffered from challenges posed by skills shortages and skills gaps and the cyclical boom and bust nature of construction means workloads and staffing requirements are heavily dictated by the general condition of the economy.
Impacting communities beyond 2020
Each hub in Wynne Futures has set targets to achieve the aims of our Foundation, click on the Hub links below to find out more…
Four North Wales apprentices who have been working on Wynne Construction projects have urged... Read more
Welsh students looking to get into the construction industry got a helping hand with... Read more
A career in the mechanical plumbing or electrical trade beckons for a Bangor man... Read more