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The British construction sector is set to receive a £17.8m injection of support for training and retraining more skilled workers to help the industry face the skills challenges of the future.
CITB is tackling an industry shortage by training 160 more on-site NVQ and SVQ assessors and opening up four new assessment centres.
We've launched an innovative new Brickwork Academy to help address a national shortage of bricklayers.
CITB is in close touch with the administrators of collapsed West Midlands construction firm, Shaylor, to support the four apprentices hit by possible redundancy.
Ainsley Construction hadn’t claimed a CITB grant for three years when Gareth Quinlan joined the company.
Offsite construction is going mainstream with the biggest expansion in teaching materials so far.
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.
There’s never been a better time for women to enter construction.
Great British Bake-off star Ruby Bhogal had an empowering message for over 600 Welsh school girls during a unique event at the Construction Wales Innovation Centre.
SkillBuild, the largest multi-trade competition in the UK for construction trainees and apprentices, comes to Coleg Cambria, Wrexham on Wednesday May 8, 2019.