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Learning & Development

Eurovia UK aims to promote and facilitate the continuous training and development of all employees within the company by providing a wide range of in-house and externally recognised training opportunities, supported across the business. This is achieved by providing:

  • A framework for comprehensive development opportunities that support our business objectives and is managed through our Training Department
  • A wide range of progressive, high quality, industry accredited training solutions
  • The opportunity for all employees to work towards their maximum personal and business potential

We are proud to be recognised as an accredited Training Centre by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) – our through career development programme develops individuals from Level One through to Level Three of the Certificate in Management, covering a wide range of skills and competencies including: Communication, Customers, Performance Management, People Management, Teams and Management of Organisations, to ensure that our people are able to support our Client’s to manage effectively and efficiently to deliver a quality service.


Eurovia UK actively supports the development of a safe, stable and skilled industry that is both competitive and competent. We are therefore working towards ensuring that all appropriate employees – managerial, supervisory and operative – are registered under the Construction Skills Certification Scheme.


Eurovia UK is a LANTRA registered, accredited training provider with in-house training and development provision. The business has actively progressed training across the service on National Highways Sector Schemes for Quality Management in Highway Works 12A, B and C and D, installing, maintaining and removing temporary traffic management on rural and urban roads. We are also actively involved with the standards committees and in particular, in the Scheme 13 arrangements, thereby ensuring that we are at the forefront of any future changes in legislation.