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23-year-old Gina Gray had once dreamed of becoming a hairdresser but now tells her story on how she got into construction.
CITB has underscored its commitment to ensuring that the construction sector maintains access to a good supply of skilled scaffolders in the wake of the transfer of its training establishment to alternative training providers, as part of its reform programme, Vision 2020.
CITB is embarking on its biggest ever consultation, with industry views sought from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (via CITBNI).
Team UK returned from the 'Skills Olympics' placing 12th out of 63 countries and took home 15 Medallions of Excellence.
Bricklayer Ifan Williams is a role model and bilingual apprenticeship ambassador for the CITB in Wales after winning a series of gold, silver and bronze medals in competitions over the past three years.
Following GCSE results day, we hear from father-and-son team, Peter and Liam Fairely, about how easy it is to get an apprenticeship.
Since training with Cyfle Building Skills award-winning apprentice and Construction Ambassador Lynsey Davies, 37, has had a colourful construction journey...
NCC apprentices from this year’s CPA Stars of the Future Awards discuss what winning means to them and their plans for the future.
Barry Mason is Apprentice and Training Manager for V&C (SW) Limited, a family-run business, specialising in painting & decorating, dry lining & tiling. Barry began his career as a CITB apprentice and has enjoyed a variety of roles since...
CITB will target more than 11,800 people to attract them into construction careers.
Just 16% of construction employees are female, and 7% BAME, partly because construction firms rely on traditional recruitment methods.