A CITB Approved Training Organisation - or ATO - is an organisation which provides construction training courses and qualifications to a defined and industry-agreed training standard.
An ATO could be, for example a commercial training provider, a construction employer's in-house training department, or an educational establishment.
To become an ATO, the organisation will have successfully completed CITB's approval process.
When you are a CITB ATO:
And if you are an existing CITB centre delivering CITB products, you will not incur an additional charge.
Please refer to the Requirements for ATOs for details of contractual obligations.
The How do I become an ATO? page gives you a step by step guide to what you need to do to become a CITB ATO.
Find out what the standards are for each course or qualification, and which ones are eligible for CITB grant funding.