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Training up 160 more on-site assessors to qualify the next generation

CITB is tackling an industry shortage by training 160 more on-site NVQ and SVQ assessors and opening up four new assessment centres.

CITB launches Brickwork Academy to tackle national skills shortage

We've launched an innovative new Brickwork Academy to help address a national shortage of bricklayers.

CITB supporting apprentices hit by Shaylor collapse

CITB is in close touch with the administrators of collapsed West Midlands construction firm, Shaylor, to support the four apprentices hit by possible redundancy.

“CITB funding helped us grow our workforce and take on multiple contracts”

Ainsley Construction hadn’t claimed a CITB grant for three years when Gareth Quinlan joined the company.

Offsite construction to go mainstream with £1.2m CITB investment

Offsite construction is going mainstream with the biggest expansion in teaching materials so far.

CITB comment on M4 Relief Road

CITB Wales’ Partnerships Director, Mark Bodger said: “The M4 relief road would have led to a considerable increase in construction jobs in Wales, with valuable opportunities for skills and training.

Reasons why you should hire an apprentice

Following the success of National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke to employers across the country to find out why apprentices work for them.

CITB helps over a third of former Carillion apprentices find new work

Five hundred and fifty-three former Carillion apprentices across Great Britain have received job offers, following intervention by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).

Carillion: CITB statement and support for apprentices

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is sad to see Carillion cease trading because it will have a huge impact on the company’s thousands of employees and their families.

New CITB funding opportunity following research into Immersive Learning

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has £1.5m in funding available to employers who can demonstrate how immersive learning can enhance construction training.