Potential loss of Level 2 BACH says it would be disastrous for the construction industry

17th Feb 2021 | Posted In BACH News

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The British Association of Construction Heads (BACH) has submitted its response to the Government’s consultation on future of level 2 and below qualifications and programmes; setting out its significant concerns over the future of proper training for the construction sector if the Government decides to cut funding.

“It’s vitally important in construction that milestone progression from entry to and including level 2 is available, accessible and appropriately funded through study programmes and other routes. Without, it would be devastating for those wishing to access the industry and to get into employment. Entry to Level 2 is a significant part of most Colleges’ construction provision. We also have large numbers of students that have poor or low-level achievements coming from schools that need extra help.” Says David Wilkins, Chair of BACH and Director of Construction & Building Services, Bedford College.

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