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News 3 April 2018

Industry supported new CITB Training Model launches

A transformative new system to access training and grant from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has been launched today (3 April).

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...

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

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...

CITB’s reforming Business Plan revealed

CITB today unveils its three-year Business Plan, a reforming programme of work designed to modernise its business and relentlessly focus on skills.

Construction slave-owner jailed for seven years following CITB-backed investigation

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.

Peter Lauener appointed new CITB Chair

One of the country’s leading experts in skills and apprenticeships has been appointed the new Chair of the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).

"CDM regulations are just as important now as they were three years ago"

Alison Rodgers, CITB Health & Safety Manager, explains why the CDM regulations 2015 are just as important now as they were three years ago.

New group to shape the future of construction apprenticeship begins

A new group to shape the future of construction apprenticeships met for the first time yesterday.

CITB publishes new privacy policy

In line with the launch of the new Training Model on 3 April, CITB has updated its privacy policy.

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