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Tradespeople are upbeat about their prospects for 2015, a new report has revealed.
Businesses have been urged to increase their focus on employee skills, in an effort to boost the UK’s overall productivity.
Lovell's Michael Saunders explains how they use CREST to inspire the next generation of construction workers.
Customer Services Director, Mike Bialyj is leaving CITB following 17 years of dedicated service to the Industry Training Board.
The Autumn Statement provides the Chancellor with an opportunity to support UK infrastructure, according to the CBI.
House-builders and commercial construction firms both benefited from improving contract trends during October.
Construction work on more than 14,000 new homes has been completed since April, according to latest figures.
More young people will be given the chance to embark on traineeships, as part of new Government plans.
Construction firms will need to focus more attention on apprenticeships and vocational training in order to avoid future skills shortages.
CITB and the National Careers Service have reaffirmed their partnership to support the construction industry.
The construction sector benefited from another rise in its output rate during the third quarter, according to the ONS.
CITB's Head of Education and Research Nick Gooderson explains how the new Standards for 14 to 19 CBE Education will benefit the industry.