How to become an association partner

All allied industry companies/organisations/establishments/authorities are required to:

  • Be involved in the construction industry 
  • Have trading accounts for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Pay an annual subscription of £250.
  • Attend group meetings.
  • Be committed to ongoing staff training and personal development.
  • Support traditional or shared apprenticeships.
  • Engage with work experience programmes.
  • Provide industry insights and voice your views.
  • Engage with careers initiatives.

As an association partner, you will receive many benefits, including:

  • Attendance at association meetings (without voting rights).
  • Access to the association’s training courses at a reduced cost.
  • Permitted use of the CCTAL logo on all company literature and marketing materials.
  • Identification on the CCTAL Website.
  • Access to CCTAL’s Training Manager to advise and assist with your training needs.
  • The opportunity to take part in all group initiatives and activities including events, guest speaker presentations and more.
  • Assistance to develop and maintain your organisation at a level of competence matching that of national service providers. This includes discounted training and links with Cyfle Building Skills Shared Apprenticeship Scheme.
  • Attendance to association meetings where topical industry issues and training development can be discussed.
  • Access to and involvement in all the association’s Community Benefits.

If you would like to become an association partner of CCTAL or would like further information, please contact Lynette Daniels, Training Manager.

*Final acceptance as an association member will be determined by the Executive Board.