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Construction industry rapidly responds to ex-Carillion apprentices and employees following the company's collapse.
Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) will now actively seek a new head office location in Peterborough to help bring its customers and colleagues closer together, it was announced today (4 July).
Rachel Iredale discusses the success of the CITB funded project Tradeswomen into Maintenance and its focus on diversity in industry.
A multi-million pound fund to help tackle the construction skills shortage has been launched by the Skills Minister Anne Milton
New figures published by Skills Development Scotland show the number of Modern Apprentice (MA) starts in 2017/18 has increased to 27,145.
We spoke to Theo Brogan, winner of last year’s Great Britain Apprentice of the Year to find out how the recognition has helped his career in construction.
Three leading figures in the construction industry have been appointed to the CITB Board.
New CITB research shows that attracting people from other sectors should play a bigger part in meeting construction’s skills needs.
Taking the plunge and moving into a new industry or trade can be one the biggest decisions someone will make.
Rachel Iredale blogs on CITB's adoption of a long-term evaluation mindset