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Press Release 15 Mehefin 2018

£22m fund launched to boost construction skills

A multi-million pound fund to help tackle the construction skills shortage has been launched by the Skills Minister Anne Milton

"You just don’t know where the CITB Awards will take you!"

We spoke to Theo Brogan, winner of last year’s Great Britain Apprentice of the Year to find out how the recognition has helped his career in construction.

Three industry leaders appointed to CITB board

Three leading figures in the construction industry have been appointed to the CITB Board.

CITB research highlights “growing need to boost skills transferability” post-Brexit

New CITB research shows that attracting people from other sectors should play a bigger part in meeting construction’s skills needs.

Construction needs recruitment innovation to meet future challenges

Taking the plunge and moving into a new industry or trade can be one the biggest decisions someone will make.

The importance of evaluating CITB Funding

Rachel Iredale blogs on CITB's adoption of a long-term evaluation mindset

CITB funding to train nearly 2,500 mental health first aiders for construction by 2020

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has announced it has committed £500,000 to train 156 construction workers as mental health first aid instructors, improving the mental health and...

FIS and CITB to attract 1,500 new entrants with new £2.1m project

A new £2.1m partnership has been agreed between the Finishes and Interiors Sector (FIS) and the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).

CITB shares plans to address homebuilding skills challenges with Minister

Housing Minister Dominic Raab MP met with Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) senior executives in Bircham Newton today to discuss CITB’s Vision 2020 reforms and how they will help build th...

Getting things "Right First Time"

CITB's Richard Bayliss explains the huge benefits of reducing rework in construction and adopting a “Right First Time” approach.

CITB funding new projects to increase productivity and profits

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is funding four new projects valued at £500,000 to reduce errors, defects and rework during construction work, increasing productivity and profitability

“I’ve no doubt that this award will enhance my career”

We spoke to Civil Engineer Apprentice Russell Beale, winner of last year’s Wales Apprentice of the Year category at the CITB Awards

A plan to meet construction's biggest challenges

CITB’s Business Plan outlines our bold reforming agenda for the next three years. It follows feedback on how we could improve our work made during last year’s Consensus process and the Government’s...

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