A selection of Pye Tait’s previously published reports¬†are available to download from this page:
Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE): National Employer Skills Survey¬†(2009). (Note that this report has been edited in line with the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 for public consumption)
Sector Skills Development Agency: Apprenticeships in the UK – their design, development and implementation (2004)
Construction Clients‚Äô Group ‚Äď Constructing Excellence: Research into The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations ‚Äď The Client Voice (2010).
Construction Clients’ Group – Constructing Excellence: Research into the CDM Regulations – Technical Report¬†(2010)
Lifelong Learning UK: Further Education Reforms – impacts and issues in adult and community learning (March 2010)
Lifelong Learning UK: Further Education Reforms – impacts and issues in work based learning (March 2010)
Training & Development Agency for Schools: Impact Assessment of the Support Work in Schools (SWiS) Qualification (2009)
Training & Development Agency for Schools:¬†Evaluation of the Higher Level Teaching Assistant Training and Assessment Programme (2006)
Consultation Report on Initial Scope¬†(September 2008)
Consultation Report on Draft Themes and Topics – Annex¬†(October 2008)
Secondary Research to Establish the Content¬†(January 2009)
Market View Report¬†(January 2009)
Market View Annex¬†(January 2009)
Student Voice Report¬†(March 2009)
Findings from the Consultation Events and Online Survey¬†(March 2009)
Phase 4 Criteria Consultation -¬†Interim Report¬†(May 2009)
Phase 4 Criteria Consultation – Final Report¬†(June 2009)
Employer Research¬†(June 2009)
English Heritage: Towards HPR Compliant HERs¬†(2011) – Findings, implications and recommendations emerging from the development of a core Job Description for an HER Officer managing an HPR-compliant HER.
The level of subject knowledge and professional approach by the Pye-Tait staff has been first class, from a business point of view the work carried will pay for itself tenfold in the first year.