You are here:

News & Events

News and events search

Type

Local News & Events

CITB Press Office contacts

For out of hours media enquiries, contact Richard Purnell on 07786 336 243

RSS Link

Our top stories and events

Ministers support reformed CITB at start of Consensus vote
News 10 July 2017

Ministers support reformed CITB at start of Consensus vote

Three Government Ministers have written to James Wates CBE to tell him they back CITB, but it must continue its programme of reform.

How CITB will change under my leadership

Blog from CITB Chief Executive, Sarah Beale, after being appointed to the role on a permanent basis.

Sarah Beale appointed CEO of CITB on a permanent basis

Sarah Beale has been appointed CEO of CITB on a permanent basis.

CITB kicks off next stage of Consensus

CITB launched the next stage of the Consensus process this week.

CITB annual report reveals changes for industry benefit

CITB’s annual report and accounts for 2016 reveal an organisation making efficiency savings to streamline operations and focus much more effectively on a few key priorities.

New arrangements announced to replace departing CITB director

An anticipated expansion of apprenticeship and services work has led to the creation of two new roles at CITB.

One in three GB construction firms employ migrant workers

A major CITB report into migration and the construction industry has revealed that a third of firms employ migrant workers.

CITB confirms levy rate ahead of consensus vote

CITB has confirmed its proposed Levy rate for 2018 – 2020.

New BIM for site managers course launched

A new online training course, BIM for Site Managers, has been launched by BRE Academy and CITB.

Cskills Awards changes ownership

CITB has today agreed the sale of its awarding body, Cskills Awards, to NOCN.

CITB apprentice leads the way for Team UK

CITB’s 2016 apprentice of the year, Joshua Hunter, has been named in Team UK for the upcoming WorldSkills Finals in Abu Dhabi.

CITB to fund over a hundred new on-site training assessors

CITB has announced it will fund a new £600,000 programme to help hundreds of people to become qualified on-site training assessors.

New skills are key to success of offsite construction

Offsite construction could revolutionise the construction industry and provide a solution to the UK housing shortage, a new CITB report has shown.

More News and Events
Web design by S8080