EN:Able Futures Community Interest Company are proud to work under licence from YORhub Construction Frameworks for Yorkshire and the Humber in the delivery of the YORfuture Shared Apprenticeship Programme which has been funded by the CITB the national training organisation for construction in the UK.
YORhub is the combined website for the three regional YORframeworks. YORbuild, YORcivil and YORconsult. In addition, YORhub will maintain strong links with Efficiency North and its frameworks.
The day-to-day management of the YORframeworks will be carried out by individual Framework Management Teams, comprising of officers from the lead authorities. They are responsible for managing call-offs and reporting performance back to the board (for more details please see the Frameworks section).
In addition to the FMTs, YORhub will also provide a central pool of resources, recruited from the lead authorities, who will assist the Framework Managers to monitor call-offs and implement the key themes of; Economic Regeneration, Efficiency, Employment and Skills, Supply Chain Engagement and Sustainability.
All of the YORframeworks have been procured through fully compliant EU processes and are for the use of Local Authorities, Public Sector Bodies and Third Sector Bodies across the Yorkshire and Humber Region. The principle purpose for the YORframeworks is to provide organisations with access to quality contractors and consultants at competitive prices.
To find out more about YORhub, please visit their website.
CITB is the Industry Training Board and a partner in the Sector Skills Council for the construction industry in England, Scotland and Wales. It’s the CITB’s job to work with industry to encourage training, which helps build a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce.
The support and funding provided by CITB helps companies to improve skills, increase their competitiveness and respond to challenges such as the low carbon agenda, reducing costs on site and recruiting the best talent for their sector.
CITB take a leadership role for the industry, addressing skills challenges through:
- The Sector Skills Agreement
- CITB Construction Skills Strategy
- CITB contribution to skills and training through CITB’s business plan
To find out more about CITB, please visit their website.