Job Centre Plus clients are joined by Job Centre Plus, Robertson and CITB employees Robertson Group has joined forces with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Job Centre Plus to offer ten people an introduction to the industry.
Vaughan Hart Members of the Scottish Building Federation (SBF) and the Scottish Decorators’ Federation (SDF) have both voted overwhelmingly to reject the Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) proposals to continue to raise the construction industry training levy.
Brian Berry The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has called on the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) to better recognise Scotland’s “high-quality” construction apprenticeships as it backed the continuation of the training body.
Leo Quinn Balfour Beatty has revealed it is set to vote in favour of keeping the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) after receiving "assurances" from the skills body, just weeks after group chief executive Leo Quinn described it as “unaccountable”.
Steve Fox Chief executive Steve Fox has confirmed that BAM Nuttall will support the CITB Consensus vote, arguing that disbanding the body would be a significant setback for skills development in the industry.
Scottish construction industry bodies are surveying their memberships for views on the future of the Construction Levy administered UK-wide by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB). Members of the Scottish Building Federation (SBF) and the Scottish Decorators’ Federation (SDF) have u
Ian Hughes The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has launched a campaign to get young people to join the construction industry as new statistics revealed 20% of the sector’s workforce is set to retire in the next decade.
Achieving a vocational qualification (VQ) can add up to 25% to a construction worker’s salary, according to new research from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB). The Achievers and Leavers report shows that each VQ level achieved really does result in higher pay. The report looks at th
Scottish construction employers are becoming increasingly concerned by plans to introduce a new framework governing how apprentices working in the industry’s traditional craft trades are trained and employed. The warning has been issued by a coalition of industry employers, trade associations and