CITB Apprenticeship Awards

Nominations are open for the 2017 CITB Apprenticeship Awards, a celebration of our apprentices and the employers who support them

CITB Apprentice of the year

Could you be our next CITB Apprentice of the year?

We are looking for the best of the best across England, Scotland and Wales to showcase their achievements, with finalists from each nation attending the awards ceremony in London this November. 

Nominations are open to CITB apprentices across all trades who are due to achieve a level 2 or level 3 qualification by the end of June in Scotland, or July in Wales and England.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, then get in contact with your CITB Apprenticeship Officer or email Deborah Madden for more details.


Left to right:
Adrian Belton, past chief executive of CITB; Sophie Turner, Great Britain CITB apprentice of the year 2016; Phil Vickery, former England rugby union captain.

Recognising companies who support apprentices

The CITB Managing Agency Apprenticeship Awards also celebrate the employers who make a significant contribution within the UK’s construction industry, to deliver high quality construction apprenticeships across the country. 

We want to hear from your company or organisation if you work with CITB Apprenticeships to develop the talent and skills our industry needs.

If you would like to nominate your apprentice or want to share your successes and achievements, then contact your CITB Apprenticeship Officer or email Deborah Madden.


Image caption:
Some of the 2016 winners with Phil Vickery (far right) and past chief executive Adrian Belton (far left).

Largest provider of apprentices

CITB is the largest provider of apprentices of the construction industry, with over 45 years’ experience of developing skilled workers.

We also work closely with industry to ensure that our apprenticeships are employer-led.

Our apprentices are supported by dedicated Apprenticeship Officers so they, and their employers, always have someone to turn to for advice.

We are committed to equal opportunities and the wellbeing of apprentices, as well as the development of their skills.

It is this commitment which helped us to be classed as a Grade 1 ‘Outstanding’ provider by Ofsted. 

Find out more about our managing agency and what it’s like to be an apprentice.


Image caption:
All the winners of the 2016 awards with their employer representatives.

CITB Apprenticeship Awards 2016 highlights

Watch highlights from the CITB Apprenticeship Awards 2016 ceremony.

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