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CITB has announced it will fund a new £600,000 programme to help hundreds of people to become qualified on-site training assessors.
Offsite construction could revolutionise the construction industry and provide a solution to the UK housing shortage, a new CITB report has shown.
60,000 people from across UK infrastructure will join forces today to help drive better health, safety and wellbeing in the sector.
Construction apprentice, Harry Pearce, 16, looks back on Open Doors 2017.
CITB has joined forces with Historic Environment Scotland, Historic England and the Welsh Historic Environment Service (Cadw), in a landmark partnership.
Open Doors was today launched by former painter and decorator Jimmy Bullard at the historic Alexandra Palace in London.
CITB Apprenticeships is radically changing the way it teaches maths and English across Great Britain to reduce the number of apprentices who either drop out or fail their courses.
Construction apprenticeship starts are at a record high, according to figures released by the CITB during National Apprenticeship Week
The 10th National Apprenticeship Week kicks off today, bringing together employers and learners from across England and celebrating apprenticeships and all that they can offer. At CITB we love...
“People working illegally or without the necessary qualifications poses a huge risk to the construction industry."
Construction is set for growth over the next five years – but delays to infrastructure projects could put this at risk, warns a new CITB forecast out today.
Richard Bayliss, Sustainability and Innovation Strategy Lead at CITB, outlines changes to the energy efficiency retrofit market.