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Press Release 2 December 2016

CITB to strengthen Consensus process

CITB is to treble the number of construction employers that are surveyed as part of its compulsory Levy Order Consensus process.

Mitie and CITB team up to encourage employers to Think Differently about disability

Unemployed people with disabilities are being helped into work through an innovative programme by Mitie and CITB.

Stamping out slavery in our industry

Helen White, Willmott Dixon Group HR Policy and Projects Manager, talks about how funding from CITB could help put a stop to modern slavery in construction.

CITB funds new anti-slavery training programme

CITB will fund a new initiative designed to stamp out modern day slavery in the construction industry.

Government funding prompts investment in skills

CITB statement in response to Autumn Statement.

Apprentices shine at SkillBuild final

Ten construction apprentices were named the best in Great Britain at the SkillBuild 2016 final.

CITB appoints Industry Relations Director

CITB has appointed Mark Noonan as its new Industry Relations Director.

DfE approves CITB’s plan to support employers to develop Trailblazers

DfE has approved a CITB plan to support employers to develop the construction industry’s Trailblazers.

What does Brexit vote mean? For construction: a slowdown

The construction industry is facing a slowdown in growth according to the latest data from CITB.

Construction card fraudster jailed following CITB investigation

A Luton man has been jailed for 18 months for falsely obtaining construction skills certification cards.

BIM4Education starts in the classroom

Alison Watson, Managing Director of Class of Your Own, talks about an exciting new CITB-funded initiative, BIM4Education.

Sophie the stonemason scoops top prize at CITB awards

Sophie Turner, a stonemason apprentice, has won the top prize at the 2016 CITB Apprentice Awards.

Farmer Review sets out vision of change

Steve Radley, CITB Director of Policy, discusses the Farmer Review.

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