The CITB organisational structure outlines how we are organised in order to achieve our aims.
The teams provide research, economic analysis and client relationship management to provide insight into training, skills related issues and sector intelligence. This supports the industry by identifying future training needs. Economic analysis on funding, levy-grant development works to ensure that investment in skills and training development is relevant to the economic and political climate for a well-trained, competent and skilled GB workforce. Employer, federation and client relationships are an important means of shaping and influencing our policy.
The teams across England, Scotland and Wales support strategic partnerships with employers, all levels of government and education bodies for the development of training provision & development. This work contributes to activities and projects that span both the demand and supply side.
The teams provide input to the development, maintenance of credible industry approved standards, qualification and apprentice frameworks. The work includes business development, and customer engagement, for relevant products and service to meet the current and future skills need of the industry. Customer Operations and Communications, Business development, Apprenticeship delivery and development, Education and Training through the National Construction College are part of team activity.
The Policy and Delivery functions of CITB are supported by the ‘Enabling’ part of the organisation which consists of Corporate Governance, Business Improvement, Performance and Support, Internal Audit and Organisational Development.