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To ensure the UK government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is on track, the construction industry will require the equivalent of 350,000 new roles to be created by 2028.
To ensure the Welsh government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is on track, the construction industry will require the equivalent of 12,000 new roles to be created by 2028 in Wales.
To ensure the Scottish Government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 is on track, the construction industry will require the equivalent of 22,500 new roles to be created by 2028.
Inspiring women into construction is the goal of a new video that has been created by CITB and partners.
As face-to-face education gradually begins to return across the countries, today I would like to update you on the phased reopening of the National Construction Colleges and more remote learning courses coming soon; the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) launching the first sector-wide skills plan for industry; and an appeal for roofers to register with the RoofCERT accreditation scheme.
As today marks International Women’s Day, Dawn Hillier, Head of Standards and Qualifications Strategy at CITB, takes a closer look at the efforts being made to support female progression through CITB’s Leadership and Management Development Fund.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, CITB Apprenticeships Officer Barbara Hastie, 45, explains why this is a great time for women to enter the construction industry.
Today’s email details the launch of our Levy consultation, an overview of Scottish National Apprenticeship week, and how next week we’ll be celebrating women in construction.
20-year-old Mike Blunt from Andover has worked hard to be where he is today. Being deaf from birth may have deterred others from pursuing a career in construction, but Mike has never viewed it as a reason to hold him back.
Response to the Government's 2021 Budget by CITB Policy Director Steve Radley