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CIOB A CWIC YN LANSIO PROFIAD ADEILADU REALITI RHITHWIR I FYFYRWYR

The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) have launched a virtual reality experience aimed at aiding construction education for students. The project stems from ‘Skills on Site’ (SonS), a CWIC initiative designed to provide interesting and engaging …

Delivering Skills & Training in Wales For Net Zero

UWTSD’s Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) is playing its part by delivering emerging skills and training initiatives to ensure the UK and Welsh government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is on track. The construction industry …

Building Information Modelling Competition

Are you up for the Skills Competition Wales Building Information Modelling (BIM) competition? The Task – You work for a Construction and Engineering Company based in Wales. Your team has been tasked with the construction of temporary sleeping pods to …

Reshaping Construction Education

To meet the changing needs of the industry new qualifications have been developed by City and Guilds to offer learners more flexible and comprehensive progression routes into employment.  The Foundation Qualification for Construction and The Built Environment Sector will be …

Dysgu gydol oes yn ganolog i helpu pobl a busnesau adlamu ar ôl y pandemig

The collaborative work being carried out by UWTSD’s Constructive Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) to ensure the Welsh construction sector has ready access to innovative training solutions, is featured in a new report, The College of the Future. Sir Ian Diamond …

Academi Sgaffaldio £1.5m newydd Cymru yn derbyn achrediad gan y diwydiant

UWTSD’s Construction Wales Innovation Centre’s (CWIC) newly opened £1.5m Scaffolding Academy in Swansea has been approved by the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC)’s Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS) as an Accredited Training Centre. The purpose-built 9-bay facility based in Swansea …

Canolfan Arloesi Adeiladwaith Cymru PCYDDS yn lansio partneriaeth i ddarparu hyfforddiant mewn Academi Sgaffaldio £1.5m newydd

UWTSD’s Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) is collaborating with South Wales-based Alpha Safety to deliver training at its new £1.5m Scaffolding Academy in Swansea and Cardiff. Led by CWIC in partnership with Alpha Safety and the Construction Industry Training Board …

Education Resources for Offsite Construction

Welsh Government (WG) have set our industry with a significant target.  To build 20,000 homes by 2021.  This is needed to meet the housing demand.  Offsite Manufacturing and Modern Methods of Construction are seen as the means by which the …

Post Covid-19 Support Survey

COVID-19 has, without doubt, been a difficult period for all of us and one which has meant a rethink on how we do things now and in the immediate future.    We are evaluating ways in which Construction Wales Innovation Centre and …

New Scaffolding Academy Site helps in the fight against Covid-19

The Construction Wales Innovation Centre’s new Scaffolding Academy on Swansea’s Fabian Way has become the temporary home of staff facilities to support a field hospital as part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Work to transform two key sites …

Canolfan Arloesi Adeiladwaith Cymru PCYDDS yn ymuno â lansiad digidol prosiect Offsite Ready

UWTSD’s Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) will tomorrow (April 23) form part of a digital launch of The Offsite Ready Project, a major training programme to help grow best practice and skills in off-site construction.  The launch is part of …

Paratoi ar gyfer y Chwyldro Adeiladu Oddi ar y Safle

Getting Ready for the Offsite Revolution, UWTSD has welcomed the Wernick Group to the University’s Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) to deliver a guest lecture through the CITB Off site ready project, to staff and students, as part of a major training …

TRJ appointed to work on new UWTSD £1.5m Scaffolding Training Facility

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is delighted to announce that South Wales-based construction company TRJ has been appointed to help deliver a new £1.5m scaffolding training facility. Work will commence on the project on December 6.  Led by the …

Prentisiaethau Gradd Newydd i fynd i'r afael â Phrinder Sgiliau Allweddol Trwy Gydweithrediad Y Diwydiant

UWTSD has welcomed its first cohort of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Degree Apprentices to the University’s IQ building in SA1. The Degree Apprenticeship is a new type of award which combines the workplace learning of a traditional apprenticeship with a higher education …

360 Excavator Training using Simulation

Introduction With specialist skills gaps in the construction sector the need for this type of training has become ever more important. Since 2016, the CITB funded Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) has been providing such training for the industry. During …

Delweddu dyfodol hyfforddiant adeiladu drwy Rith-Wirionedd a Realiti Estynedig

A New £2 million pan GB project to improve efficiency and employee safety in the construction industry is being led by the Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC). The project called CONVERT, which is part-funded by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), …

CYFLEUSTER NEWYDD GWERTH £ 1.5M YN GOLYGU Y GALL DYSGWYR AROS YNG NGHYMRU I GAEL HYFFORDDIANT SGAFFALDAU LLAWN

Work has commenced on South Wales’ only comprehensive scaffolding training facility.  Led by the Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) in partnership with Construction Industry Training Board Wales (CITB), the new centre will be located at a purpose developed facility on …

Diwrnod Rhyngwladol Menywod 2019 - Ysbrydoli'r genhedlaeth nesaf o fenywod i'r diwydiant

CITB Wales and its partners have developed an exciting programme to celebrate International Women’s Day and to inspire the next generation of Women into Construction. On Friday 8th March there will be a series of events hosted at the following venues; Construction Wales …

Y Drindod Dewi Sant yn croesawu prif brentisiaid y Deyrnas Unedig yn ystod Wythnos Genedlaethol Prentisiaethau (4-8 Mawrth)

University of Wales Trinity Saint David has been selected by WorldSkills UK to host one of the prestigious competitions at its Construction Wales Innovation Centre, to select the team of apprentices and students who will represent the UK at WorldSkills …

Could drones be the next big tool for construction workers? Students at SA1 Swansea Waterfront have been finding out.

A fascinating insight into the use of drones and laser scanning in the construction industry was demonstrated to students at a live event hosted by UWTSD, The Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) and Kier Construction at the University’s new SA1 …

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