PSRO hosting webinar on plant-based skills and cards

PSRO hosting webinar on plant-based skills and cards

In order to help keep the construction sector informed about plant-based skills and cards, the industry’s Plant Sector Representative Organisation (PSRO) is hosting a webinar on Wednesday 17thMay 2023 from 10.30am – 12.30pm.

The webinar is open to all and will provide an update on the PSRO and its formation, function, work undertaken and future activities in supporting the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) to achieve objectives set out within the CLC Skills Strategy. This will include consideration of the implications of the strategy on the construction plant sector. 

The webinar will be hosted by Kevin Minton, Chair of the PSRO. Alasdair Reisner, Chief Executive of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), a PSRO board member and a member of the CLC People and Skills Committee will provide an update on the progress being made with the CLC Skills Strategy.

The impact of this skills strategy – designed to help ensure competence across the industry – will then be considered by an expert panel drawn from the PSRO Technical Review Group (TRG) which comprises representation from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and Trade Unions, as well as employers and employer representative bodies. At the end of the webinar there will be an opportunity to pose questions to Alasdair and the panel.

To book your place on the webinar, please email with the title ‘webinar’. A zoom webinar link will then be provided.

The PSRO webinar agenda will cover:

  1. 10.30 am – Welcome and introductions
  2. About the PSRO and its achievements to date (PSRO Chair)
  3. Update to the CLC Skills Strategy (Alasdair Reisner, Chief Executive of CECA and PSRO Board Member)
  4. Panel discussion with the PSRO Technical Review Group on ensuring and certificating competence within the plant sector (Convened by the PSRO Chair)
  5. Delegate questions and answers session (Convened by the PSRO Chair)
  6. Meeting summary
  7. 12.30 pm – Meeting close

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