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Construction Careers Advisor Greg Anson explains what the industry has to offer and why an apprenticeship is a great place to start.
The job prospects of school leavers are beginning to pick up, according to a new survey of employers.
Andrew Stanley, from the Institute of Civil Engineers, explains how A-levels open the door to a huge range of construction opportunities.
Rising activity levels have buoyed building firms in recent months, according to the Construction Products Association.
The infrastructure associated with 36 major house-building schemes is to be developed through a new £850 million funding package.
Roy Cavanagh MBE explains how the new standards will help to support training, apprenticeships and education.
Two million pounds of funding has been committed to a new programme that will address an increasing shortage of construction skills in the capital.
Ministers have outlined plans to reform the ways in which adult training courses are assessed, in a bid to focus more on employee skills.
The launch of an apprenticeship clearing service would improve people’s awareness of vocational training, according to a qualifications group.
CITB is changing how it operates after Nick Boles MP, new Skills Minister, approved plans for the Industry Training Board to appoint a new Industry-led Board and Council.
CITB is urging school leavers to consider the benefits an apprenticeship in construction as a serious alternative to university.
Building firms continue to face a mismatch between vacancies and the amount of people in training schemes.