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CITB is seeking a senior construction industry professional to join its England Nation Council.
Seven construction workers were detained on suspicion of working in Britain illegally during unannounced counter-fraud visits by CITB, police and the Home Office.
Three apprentices from London have won a place at the National Final of the UK’s longest running construction skills competition SkillBuild.
A multi-million pound fund to help tackle the construction skills shortage has been launched by the Skills Minister Anne Milton
A Romanian man who enslaved up to 15 men, offering demolition work and then using violence to trap them, has been jailed for seven years.
Open Doors 2018, a campaign which sees the construction industry open live sites, was launched at the Iconic One Blackfriars today.
Seven men have been jailed for a combined total of 16 years after CITB assisted an investigation into the production and supply of fake identity documents, including CSCS cards.
Bookings are now open for Open Doors 2018, which is taking place from Monday 19 – Saturday 24 March 2018.
“People working illegally or without the necessary qualifications poses a huge risk to the construction industry."