8,500 sustainable construction jobs look set to be created, following the launch of eight renewable energy projects.
The Scottish First Minister announces that the Modern Apprenticeship scheme will soon help 30,000 young people a year get vocational qualifications
Randstad research suggests job security in the UK construction sector is among the highest in the country
CITB's marketing team and their creative agency Bell, were presented with a silver Transform award this week for the Positive Image campaign
Following the publication of the Richard Review, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (DBIS) has launched a consultation to find out what industry thinks about its recommendations
CITB's Head of Education and Research Nick Gooderson is taking part in an online debate to tackle the industry's skills shortage.
CITB's Employer Services Director Mike Bialyj is urging businesses to have their say on the Richard Review of apprenticeships before the closing date.
Sexist, racist, and homophobic language is still regularly used in the construction industry, according to new CITB research.
Employers investing in skills and training within the low carbon market were last night celebrated at a reception in Parliament.
The National Construction College was at the centre of efforts to repair a storm-damaged nature reserve. Head of Vocational Services Chris Barrett explains how and why they got involved.
GRAHAM Construction have become the first large Scottish contractor to win a new industry award celebrating equality and diversity.
A high profile commission will be set up to develop a long-term apprenticeship strategy for the construction industry.
CITB response to New Challenges, New Chances (PDF, 547 KB)
CITB response to DECC Select Committee Inquiry on New Nuclear Build (PDF, 502 KB)
CITB response to BIS Select Committee Inquiry - Apprenticeships (PDF, 401 KB)