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CITB secures construction industry support for Levy Proposals

Construction employers have backed CITB’s Levy Proposals to support skills and training across England, Scotland and Wales, by way of the Consensus process.

CITB to host SkillBuild finals at National Construction College  

The UK’s top construction trainees will battle it out on 16-18 November at CITB’s SkillBuild National Finals.  

CITB welcomes former apprentice as new Chief Executive

A new Chief Executive will start at CITB on 1 September, a former apprentice who brings a strong track record in skills, training and organisational development.

CLC and CITB announce new approach to supporting mental health in construction

Landmark new research from CITB has outlined the scale of the mental health challenge facing construction.

Who benefits from the Construction Levy?

It’s a big question. Well, there is of course a clear focus on Levy payers, but if it were collected, with an aim of simply giving it back, there would be no point.

CITB appoints Chairs to Nation Councils and invites applications for member vacancies

CITB has announced the appointment of the Chairs of its Nation Councils for England, Scotland and Wales, and is calling for applicants to become Council members.

CITB appoints Jackie Ducker as new Customer and Product Director

CITB has appointed Jackie Ducker as the organisation’s new Customer and Product Director, replacing the outgoing Braden Connolly. Jackie steps into her new role on 5 July.

UK’s first occupational traineeship for construction begins at Hartlepool College

A new generation of traineeship begins this week at Hartlepool College for 20 bricklaying learners.

Construction careers for West Midlands residents

The West Midlands is set to benefit from a new scheme to assist residents looking for employment or change of career and fill a skills shortage in local construction.

Britain builds back: Construction will need 216,800 new workers by 2025 to meet demand

Construction has bounced back quicker than expected from the Covid-19 pandemic and the industry will reach 2019 levels of output in 2022. By 2025, the industry will need to recruit an additional 217,000 new workers just to meet demand. That’s the forecast of the Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2021-25, published by CITB today.