As more certainty emerges within the industry and confidence grows in there being a strong pipeline of industry projects, there is a need to consider how to structure the business and include the talent needed to employ the latest changes in technology. The CIF careers’ campaign and engagement with second level institutions are important elements of rebuilding Ireland and the National Development Plan which will require new highly-trained labour to enter the workforce. Furthermore, technology can also help in creating huge opportunities in an ever-changing landscape to create a more diverse workforce. The panel will discuss upskilling and retaining a competent and contented workforce; renewing the focus on new entrants, returners and self-employed workers and why a strong digital economy powered by Europeans with digital skills is vital for innovation, growth, and jobs.
What digital skills and qualifications are going to be most vital for on and off site workers in this decade of transformation?
Is Ireland ready for a BIM mandate?
How can smaller companies keep pace with digital change?
How are colleges and technical schools honing and upskilling a technologically competent workforce?