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International Women’s Day Event POSTPONED

Friday’s #IWD event POSTPONED. After careful consideration & the potential risk to children & their families in relation to the Coronavirus, we have decided to postpone Friday’s event.

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CITB statement: Hudson Contract Ltd

CITB welcomes the unanimous judgment of the Court of Appeal which provides a clear statement of the law.

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“Construction is a really good career choice”

Mum-of-two Ceri Camilleri spent 20 years in teaching before switching careers and entering the world of construction. CITB Wales spoke to Ceri, at our Employer Roadshow in Cardiff.

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New Go Construct service for local work experience on construction sites

CITB is developing a new online service featuring work experience opportunities on local construction sites, part of a drive to link candidates with employers.

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27 February 2020 12:00
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Open Doors: An important opportunity for industry

Zara Edmondson from Kier reveals the value of taking part in Open Doors and why more businesses should get on board.

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CITB signs heads of terms with West Suffolk College over NCC in Norfolk

CITB confirms that it is to sign a heads of terms agreement with West Suffolk College over the sale of the National Construction College (NCC) at Bircham Newton.

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CITB comment on Home Office migration plan

CITB Strategy and Policy Director Steve Radley, said: “CITB cautiously welcomes lowering the salary threshold for skilled migrants, increasing the number of construction occupations eligible to work in the UK, and the commitment to monitor and respond to skills shortages.

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HS2 go-ahead is major boost to construction skills demand

Jobs set to peak in 2022 at 30,000 to build the new high speed line, says construction training body

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