Is there a skills crisis in the fire industry?

Thursday 31st May 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (BST) 

This webinar looks at the current state of the industry and the recruitment problems that the industry is currently facing, based on the results of a survey undertaken by the Fire Industry Association.  
 
The survey’s main aim was to discover which sectors within the industry were facing the biggest skills gap, and if this was specific to certain job roles or whether this was a regional problem.  
 
Ian Moore, CEO of the Fire Industry Association will discuss:
 
Learn how employees join the industry and where they discover job roles.
Where applicants aged 16-25 fit in the current skills gap.
How young people could be attracted into the industry to plug the gaps in recruitment.
Which sector faces the biggest skills crisis.
How many companies are currently searching for young people to hire.
And what solutions there are for companies facing a skills deficit.
This webinar looks at the current state of the industry and the recruitment problems that the industry is currently facing, based on the results of a survey undertaken by the Fire Industry Association.  
 
The survey’s main aim was to discover which sectors within the industry were facing the biggest skills gap, and if this was specific to certain job roles or whether this was a regional problem.  
 
Ian Moore, CEO of the Fire Industry Association will discuss:
 
  • Learn how employees join the industry and where they discover job roles.
  • Where applicants aged 16-25 fit in the current skills gap.
  • How young people could be attracted into the industry to plug the gaps in recruitment.
  • Which sector faces the biggest skills crisis.
  • How many companies are currently searching for young people to hire.
  • And what solutions there are for companies facing a skills deficit.
 
Presenter
Host: Adam Bannister
Editor
IFSEC Global.com
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Presenter
Ian Moore
CEO
Fire Industry Association (FIA)
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