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A week-long campaign to attract more people into careers in construction will see 19 Scottish construction sites pull back their hoardings to welcome in members of the public.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is urging influential industry representatives to apply to become a Trustee of its Board and play a crucial role in helping to determine the future of UK construction.
On International Women’s Day 2018, Chief Executive Sarah Beale blogs on the need to make the construction industry one which is open and attractive to all.
Construction apprenticeship starts in Great Britain are at a record high, according to figures released by the Construction Industry Training Board during National Apprenticeship Week.
Recruitment of Scottish construction apprentices has grown for the seventh consecutive year, new figures from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) reveal.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) today reaffirmed its commitment to its Vision 2020 programme which will see a leaner, more agile, training body that delivers the skills needed by construction firms and the British economy.
Open Doors 2018, a campaign which sees the construction industry open live sites, was launched at the Iconic One Blackfriars today.
CITB is calling on construction employers to offer opportunities to the hundreds of Carillion workers who lost their jobs following the company’s collapse.
Seven men have been jailed for a combined total of 16 years after CITB assisted an investigation into the production and supply of fake identity documents, including CSCS cards.
CITB’s Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2018-2022 forecast shows output and employment growth despite recent political and economic upheavals