Apprenticeships

The Constructive Voices Podcast is currently ranked in the top 1.5% of all podcasts worldwide

todayAugust 20, 2021

Background

Synchronicity and common values brought our team together earlier in 2021. Our first episode was broadcast on 6th April 2021 and now, only four months later, we are ranked in the top 1.5% of all podcasts worldwide.

Our intention is to inspire change within the construction industry. We hoped by putting together a high-quality podcast that this might help start some important conversations that may cause ripples of positive change over time.

Since April some of the topics that we have covered that we believe are important are:

Sustainability

Can we achieve zero plastic in construction by 2040?

Pete talks about the Green Scene in Ireland

Climate Change and the Construction Industry with Pete

How do Europe and America compare when it comes to Green Building – interview with Daniel Jaconetti

Health

Jennie Armstrong pushes for a prevention attitude

How This Group of Leaders are Helping with Health Issues

Mental health

A Mates Chat About Mental Health

Jackie interviews James Rudoni of Mates in Mind

Technology for good

Biometrics & their role in your business with a special focus on COVID-19

Apprenticeships and other ways of finding workers

An In-Depth Look At Apprenticeships

John Burton (Liverpool Narcos) Talks About Employing Ex-Cons

Urban regeneration

Prof. Michael Parkinson. C.B.E. speaks about the proposed Everton football stadium project

Henry McDonald Interviews Coventry 2021’s Creative Director, Chenine Bhathena

We are delighted to have had some a great selection of guests and topics so far and intend to contineu to do the same.

If you feel you might have something important to contribute to the conversation, feel free to reach out to us by email at jackieb@cwa-europe.com

Written by: Jackie De Burca


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