20/20 Project Management Training, launch courses based at CATCH


As the Humber region gears up for a monumental transition towards achieving net zero emissions, the demand for skilled professionals in project management and project controls has never been more critical. In light of this urgent need, 20/20 Project Management Training is delighted to announce the launch of its innovative courses at CATCH on June 20th.

The event marks an exciting opportunity for companies in the region to discover firsthand the comprehensive suite of courses offered by 20/20. With a focus on equipping professionals with the necessary skills to navigate complex project landscapes, the courses aim to address the growing demand for skilled talent in project-based roles.

Partnering with CATCH underscores 20/20’s commitment to leveraging the expertise and resources of the Humber region. CATCH’s extensive network of member companies provides an ideal platform for fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange, essential elements in driving successful project outcomes.

The decision to collaborate with CATCH is further bolstered by insights gleaned from the Humber Skills Plan project, which identifies a pressing need for at least 2000 additional individuals skilled in project management and project controls to facilitate the transition to a net-zero economy. By aligning efforts with CATCH, 20/20 aims to play a pivotal role in addressing this crucial skills gap and supporting the region’s ambitious sustainability goals.

The launch event on June 20th will offer attendees an exclusive opportunity to explore the diverse range of courses available, interact with industry experts, and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and best practices in project management and controls.
James McIntosh, CATCH Chief Commercial Officer said “We are thrilled to be able to enhance the range of training provision offered in the Humber region for our members and the associated supply chain. We know that we have an incredible number of new projects coming the region and whilst CATCH focuses on the Level 3 trade and craftsperson roles, we need to ensure that we also can provide solutions for other key areas across the skills mix. Collaboration across providers is the only way that industry will be able to meet net zero demands so this is the first step of what I am sure will be an exciting partnership.”

Companies interested in attending the launch event are encouraged to register early to secure their spot.to register please email lisa – lisa.buck@catchuk.org Registration is at 10am for a 10.30am start closing at 12 with some lunch and networking.


10:00 – Coffee and Networking

10:30 – Welcome and Introduction- James McIntosh, CCO, CATCH

10:45 – Addressing the skills challenge in Project Management and Project Control, Phillip Jefferies CMgr FCMI MAPM, Director of Sales & Marketing, 20/20

11:00 – Course Overviews

11:30 – Questions and Answers

12:00 – Lunch and Networking

Lisa Buck


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