Grampian Construction Training Group held the first in a series of construction, engineering and building services challenges, designed to highlight the varied and exciting careers within the north east construction industry.
Three young women are carving out a career in joinery as they begin their Modern Apprenticeship training at New College Lanarkshire. Hollie McArthur, Sarah Healy and Helena Montague all secured apprenticeships after completing introductory courses in Construction at the Motherwell campus.
ASC Edinburgh Ltd managing director Alan Cantwell discusses how CITB’s Skills and Training Fund enabled the firm to send an employee on a specialist design course; move towards Approved Training Organisation status and inspire young people on work experience to begin apprenticeships. When busi
Grampian Construction Training (GCT) and the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) are working in partnership with several key partners to launch a series of construction, engineering and building services challenges, to highlight the varied and exciting careers within the sector to S2 pupils
The Scottish construction sector is set to receive a £5.4 million injection of support as part of the CITB’s largest investment to date for training and retraining more skilled workers to help the industry face the skills challenges of the future.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is tackling an industry shortage by training 160 more on-site NVQ and SVQ assessors and opening up four new assessment centres. Nine companies will deliver projects worth a total of £1.8 million to recruit and train more on-site assessors t
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has today set out its plans to help the industry meet critical skills challenges and secure its future workforce. CITB’s business plan for 2019-2021 responds to industry’s demands for it to become more strategic and better focused.
Construction can reap “major rewards” from digital skills and technology but only if it takes decisive action in the next five years, according to the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB). CITB's Evolution or Revolution? report looks at a range of scenarios for the pace of technol
Crucial road safety training is to be delivered to 120 apprentices and staff in the construction industry to help protect them from dangerous road accidents on their daily commute to work on Highland roads. ‘Safe Driving in the North’ is a health and safety focused-event in Inverness, or
UK skills minister Anne Milton MP has appointed two leading women from the industry as trustees of the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB). Holly Price, training and development director at Keltbray, and the principal and CEO of Barking & Dagenham College, Yvonne Kelly, will be joining C