The Highways and Construction Training Association was formed in 1991 to promote a uniform and high quality approach to training and assessment services to the highways and construction industries.
The Associations membership range from large multi-disciplined training centres based at purpose built training facilities to individual specialist trainers working within public or private sector organisations, or as sole traders.
The members joined forces in recognition of the need to provide a flexible, cost-effective and nationally co-ordinated approach to the delivery of a developing range of industry qualifications.
Member organisations and individuals are registered with bodies such as Lantra Awards, City and Guilds, HCTA and Construction Skills to provide a wide range of training and assessment services for the registration of individuals as required by various legislation and National Highway Sector Schemes such as those for Traffic Management, Fencing and other sectors.
The Association and its members are committed to assisting in the development of a fully skilled work force.
It is proposed to hold an EORS Standardisation event on line via adigital medium platform. EQA's IQA's and Assessors will receive an invite from the Registrar. It is advised that you check your last attendance certificate. If it is dated 2014 then attendance will be...read more
The HCTA will be exhibiting at Cold Comfort on 2nd 3rd March 2021 at the Harrogate Convention Centre. Representatives from the associations committee will be on our stand on both days of the exhibition. The stand representatives will be promoting the association and...read more
HCTA will be holding it's AGM this year on 20th May at Van Elle training centre Kirkby in Ashfield NG17 8GJ at 10.00 am. Members are encouraged to attend the meeting to learn more about the associations training schemes, CORS, EORS, LPORS and the DCPC Consortium. ...read more