Industry Manager - Construction
The role of Industry Manager is to work closely with external industry stakeholders such as employers, professional bodies and employer groups to identify, commission and maintain products for the Construction sector. This requires knowledge and understanding of employment trends and training needs of this sector to ensure that City & Guilds’ products align to the needs and requirements of employers.
- Business Planning
- Customer Focus
- Effective Communication
- Industry Expertise
- Organisational Skills
- Problem Solving
- Specialist Knowledge
- Strategic Thinking
This credential recognises your work in engaging with industry stakeholders in the Construction sector and your role as an Industry Manager as an advocate and champion for your sector, ensuring that City & Guilds develops the assessment products and qualifications required and recognised by industry.
To earn this credential, the individual has shown how they have met these evidence standards:
Application of analytical skills on a day-to-day basis.
Up to date with current industry/sector developments
Have worked within education and training/awarding body for a minimum of one year
Have engaged with a variety of external stakeholders
Demonstrate up to date knowledge of policy/regulatory changes within qualifications, apprenticeships and credentialling.
Present both face to face and virtually to a range of audiences
Manage a portfolio of products, including an annual review of that portfolio.
Create, communicate, and maintain an industry plan based on insights from the industry/ employers/ professional/ trade bodies and local authorities.
Promote Inclusion, Diversity, Health & Wellbeing within the construction industry
Supporting, informing and advising education of career choices within the sector