ETHICS and EQUALITY

We're committed to an ethical approach that makes the construction industry accessible to everyone.

Fairness and equality

At CWOATA, we believe in making the construction industry a realistic option for everyone. We work with a wide range of organisations, such as Job Centre Plus, Youth Connexions and training agencies to encourage mean and women of all ages and backgrounds to  develop their self-confidence and optimism about the future by developing a successful career in construction.

Pioneering

CWOATA is committed to helping meet the needs of the construction industry, not merely by addressing the skills shortage, but – in particular – by focusing on the need for skilled workers in modern methods. Our original approach is also unique in listening to the needs of the industry and emphasising basic employability skills as the first step in the training process.  

Support and progression

CWOATA  has an ethical, transparent and sustainable philosophy that has the welfare and progression of our candidates at its heart. All of our trainees are paid at a rate much higher than the minimum wage for their age, and mentored at all stages of the training process to ensure that they reach their goals as quickly as possible.

CWOATA WELCOMES ALL APPLICATIONS

UNQUALIFIED AND

INEXPERIENCED

UNEMPLOYED

MALE/FEMALE

EX-OFFENDERS

ALL AGES, 16+

The UK’s ageing demographic profile suggests that special measures will be needed to maintain sufficient numbers of new recruits into the industry.

The future of UK Construction, CITB 2017