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Act now or waste a generation of potential

A blog by Steve Radley, CITB Strategy and Policy Director. This article first appeared in Construction News.

How Covid and Carillion can't stop this apprentice

More than two years on from the collapse of Carillion, we talk to Billy Nuttall, an apprentice from Bristol.

Stewart Milne’s 1,678 hours of training amid Covid-19 – and counting

Scottish housebuilder Stewart Milne completes 1,678 hours of online training during lockdown.

Join the new Levy Strategy Committee

CITB Director of Policy and Strategy Steve Radley explains how to join the Levy Strategy Committee.

Welcoming pupils, teachers and families into construction

Due to the recent need for families to stay indoors, we’ve been holding Minecraft competitions for households to work together and experience the range of exciting careers involved in construction.

The Apprentices: Assuring the future of the industry

Contour Roofing Managing Director, Jonathan Woods, explains the importance of apprenticeships, reflecting on Reece Cooper's path to success.

Essential mental health and wellbeing for construction during COVID-19

The Health and Safety at Work Act requires employers to ensure not only the health and safety of employees but also their wellbeing.

Journey to becoming a Plant Operator

Recent NCC apprentice, David Campbell, explains how a 12 week plant operation course gave him the skills to accelerate his career.

CITB's Coronavirus response plan - a message from CITB CEO Sarah Beale

At CITB we are focused on skills and training and during this time we will be doing all we can to support the industry to protect those skills for when things return to normal.

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.