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The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has today set out its plans to help the industry meet critical skills challenges and secure its future workforce.
School pupils in Suffolk can try their hand at being a roofer for a day, thanks to CITB funding of more than £66,700 awarded to a county-wide business group.
Rugby World Cup winner Kyran Bracken has teamed up with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) to kick off this year’s UK-wide SkillBuild competition in Glasgow, and attract more people into construction and help tackle the industry’s skills shortage.
We are inviting Nottinghamshire and East Midlands businesses to find out more about funding opportunities worth a total £1million during an event near Newark on 24 April.
CITB’s updated Health, safety and environment test for the construction industry is to launch on 26 June 2019.
An event aimed at recruiting 20 career-changing women into the construction industry will take place at Eastern Leisure Centre, Cardiff on Friday April 12 from 9.30am to 12pm. The event, hosted by Encon Construction, will recruit women wishing to work in a range of housing-related trades, along with companies willing to train them.
As the name subtly suggests, the restoration of ecclesiastical architecture is at the heart of Recclesia – an historic building conservation contractor based in Chester, North Wales.
Following the success of National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke to employers across the country to find out why apprentices work for them.
A new report published by CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) shows that construction can reap major rewards from digital skills and technology, but only if it takes decisive action in the next five years.
Around 120 apprentices and staff in the construction industry attended crucial road safety training in Inverness this week to help protect them from dangerous road accidents on their daily commute to work.