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.
HCTA member Notter Bridge Training are currently working with Jobline Staffing to recruit a Training Instructor/Assessor to deliver highways related training throughout the South West of England. Full details of the post can be viewed by clicking here. To discuss this...read more
The Association's AGM will take place at 10.00am on 9th May at ECON Engineering in Ripon followed by a Factory Tour and Lunch. As many members are involved with the delivery of Winter Service training we hope that the venue is of interest and that attendance at the...read more
The HCTA Committee have been working hard over the last year to implement positive change within the Association. The "image" of the Association was felt to be dated and our website was on a platform that isn't compatible with modern technology such as smart-phones...read more