Future Leaders' Forum

There has never been a more exciting opportunity to make a difference in the built environment.  

This is a chance to share ideas and make your views heard throughout industry

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About the Forum

The Future Leaders’ Forum is a group of early career professionals and students who aim to promote the development of new skills, competencies and opportunities in the sector to inspire the future workforce of the construction industry in a way that will benefit the sector for years to come. 

Who is it for?

  • Are you passionate about the built environment?
  • Are you interested in new ways and better ways to shape our built world?
  • Do you want to make your voice heard?  

If you've answered yes to any of these questions this could be for you.  Whether you’re studying or training in a built environment subject or field, or are already on a career path, and aged 16-30, you can apply to join the forum.  CSIC is firmly committed to diversity and equality and we aim to have a broad spectrum of forum members with different points of view and experiences.

What’s involved?  

The group will share ideas and make emerging expertise and views heard throughout industry.  Members will meet regularly, feed into the CSIC future skills strategy and programmes, and take part in engaging industry with new opportunities.

Read more about the role in the application pack here. 

Download our application pack

For further information and guidelines for applying please click the link.



Helping to shape skills projects aimed at educating the developing workforce


Acting as advisors on innovation funding panels


Representing CSIC at events


Acting as ambassadors to encourage young people into the sector

Content creators

Actively engaging with, sharing and generating content for CSIC channels, compiling blogs and vlogs for the CSIC website


Representing young people to Scottish Government, the Industry Leadership Group and other influencing bodies to shape the future of the industry