The launch is the culmination of a comprehensive overhaul aimed at providing a more efficient and user-friendly experience for those looking to apply for a CSCS card.
Following an extensive consultation and research process, incorporating feedback from various industry stakeholders and organisations, the new website boasts a sleek and contemporary design coupled with an easy-to-use menu navigation.
With a focus on ensuring individuals find the right card to apply for, the site was also designed to reduce clutter, improve readability and ensure important content is readily available.
Visitors will also find information on how to verify a card using the CSCS Smart Check app, the benefits of virtual CSCS cards and details on the CSCS Alliance – the collective voice of the 38 card schemes that display the CSCS logo.
CSCS Head of Communications, Alan O’Neile, said: “I’m pleased to announce the launch of the new CSCS website, CSCS.uk.com. With up to 50,000 page views a day the website is our number one communications tool so it is essential that we continue to improve the website experience for cardholders, partners, and industry stakeholders.
“The new site is a testament to our dedication to improving the user experience, and we believe it will further our mission of promoting a safe, competent, and fully qualified workforce.”
The new website is also aimed at solidifying CSCS’ position as the one and only official card application service, helping ensure applicants are not unwittingly attracted to unofficial, more expensive card services.
Key features of the new website include:
Simpler navigation – applying for a CSCS card has never been easier.
Enhanced User Experience – an intuitive and user-friendly website, ensuring visitors can access the information they need quickly and easily.
Comprehensive Information – CSCS.uk.com is a one-stop shop for everything related to CSCS, from application guidance on which card is right for you, to frequently asked questions, the site provides a wealth of information to support the construction industry.