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Talent development programme launched to support strategic growth

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Cleveland Bridge UK has launched a new talent development programme, which it claims will support its national growth strategy in UK bridge building.

The company said it has invested in a long-term programme to enable its engineering teams to keep ahead of the knowledge and skills demands of the industry, as it sees continued year-on-year growth in activity.

Cleveland Bridge’s ongoing commitment to create a long-term sustainable workforce, is also supported by its membership of the 5% Club – made up of more than 250 UK companies to have pledged that five percent of the workforce will comprise apprentices and graduates within a five-year period.

The talent development programme, which consists of a series of initiatives to recognise, support and promote talent within the business, aims to develop its next generation of engineers and leaders through training events, documented development plans, and programmes for apprentices and graduates.

Several of the Cleveland Bridge UK’s apprentices, who have completed their training, have successfully been promoted already, with each of them having passed their Functional Skills Level 2 English and maths exams.

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