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Mae cefnogi hyfforddiant ac ailhyfforddi i ailgodi ar ôl yr adferiad, gwella cynhyrchiant a’i gwneud yn haws i gyflogwyr ddod â phrentisiaid a darpar-weithwyr eraill i mewn i’r diwydiant adeiladu Cymreig yn elfennau allweddol o Gynllun Strategol CITB, a lansiwyd heddiw.
Key aims and initiatives for CITB's Strategic Plan 2021-25, launched 23 September 2020.
Supporting training and retraining to rebuild after the recovery, improving productivity and making it easier to help employers bring in apprentices and other new entrants are key elements of CITB’s Strategic Plan.
A blog by Steve Radley, CITB Strategy and Policy Director. This article first appeared in Construction News.
The survey sought to understand the views of employers on their immediate and longer term plans.
CITB is offering support to help find a new employer for any displaced apprentice as part of a raft of new measures to keep skills within industry.
More than two years on from the collapse of Carillion, we talk to Billy Nuttall, an apprentice from Bristol.
Thousands of construction SMEs are set to pay no Levy at all for 2021-22, under new CITB proposals submitted to the Government this week.