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A judicial review into CITB’s construction industry training levy has been dismissed at the Royal Courts of Justice. The legal action was taken against the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), with CITB named as an interested party, by payroll company Hudsons Contract Services Ltd.

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Construction apprenticeships across Great Britain are up 12 per cent in the past year, reaching levels not seen since before the 2008 financial crisis. New statistics released by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), for National Apprenticeship Week (14-18 March), reveal that 22,496 young

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The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has unveiled plans to cut 30 per cent of staff by the end of 2018. Confirmation of the job cuts, which will see its staff numbers drop to 950 from the current level of around 1,400, follows CITB’s board signing off the organisations business plan, wh

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Growth in Scotland’s construction industry over the next five years will largely be driven by housebuilding as many of the national large-scale infrastructure come to an end, though more than 21,000 new workers will be needed to replace those leaving the workforce, according to new research. Today

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The application process for the next round of CITB’s Flexible and Structured Funds is now open, with the last date for submissions on February 16. There are six funding options to choose from, depending on the organisation type and project, with different amounts of money offered under each option

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The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has announced plans to shed 46 jobs in a restructuring of its middle management. In a statement today CITB said it is reforming significantly as not enough employers currently benefit from funding and support and many find the organisation too slow and

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Steve Radley Construction firms remain highly optimistic about their business outlook, despite a slight dip in growth momentum last month, the results of a survey of purchasing managers have revealed.

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Wages in the construction industry have risen at a faster rate than any other sector over the past 12 months, according to fresh analysis of the latest data. In the last year, average pay in the building trade shot up by 5.1 per cent, the examination of labour market statistics compiled by the Offic

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Helen Skelton, Andrew Fordyce from Darroch & Allan and Carl Rhymer, commercial director at CITB A Scottish apprentice and employer are celebrating winning at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) Managing Agency Apprentice Awards.

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Get into Home Building students celebrate their success at a special graduation event at Edinburgh College Twenty-five young people have successfully completed a six week Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Home Building’ programme, which helps unemployed young people gain practical skills and experience

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A new campaign has been launched to encourage people to consider a career in construction in an effort to fill more than 220,000 new jobs that will be created in the sector. The ‘Go Construct’ initiative comes as research shows four people in five wish they had received more advice and guidance

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The CITB Pride of Construction Awards 2015 is looking for the country’s best construction workers. Nominations are now open to find local construction heroes and apprentices to represent Scotland at the awards.

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