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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.
The OECD has urged employers to play a more prominent role in the development of vocational training schemes.
The construction industry must face its challenges head-on and develop the skilled workforce it needs for commercial success.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) has launched an initiative focusing on inappropriate language used in the construction industry.
Wage rises of more than 10% have been offered to some construction workers in recent months, according to new data.
Skills shortages continuing to pose problems for contractors, according to latest NSCC survey.
SkillBuild finalist Hayley Grindon talks through her preparations for the final of this year's competition.