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Today’s COVID-19 industry update focuses on safely returning to work and includes news of a comprehensive range of COVID-19 site safety checklists and forms produced in collaboration with the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) with additional input from the CITB Wales Nation Council.
Today’s email includes an opportunity to take part in a feedback survey on this update, a refresh on CITB’s support measures for industry during COVID-19 and Billy’s 10 Marathons in May, a unique fundraiser for the nation’s NHS heroes by a CITB colleague.
An Inverness man with a heart of gold has vowed to run the equivalent of 10 marathons in May to raise money for the country’s NHS heroes during the coronavirus lockdown.
Furloughed construction workers can polish up their skills after time off the job on coronavirus lockdown.
Today’s COVID-19 industry update focuses on our Site Safety Plus distance learning, its impact on providers and how quality training is being maintained despite lockdown restrictions.
Today’s weekly industry summary includes an update on CITB’s COVID support measures and news on: a deadline extension to our Leadership and Management Fund; an update on demand for our Buildathon competition and a call to action for construction employers in Wales.
Employers - this is your chance to shape construction education in Wales. We want your feedback on how construction qualifications due to be introduced in September 2021 should look.
Today is World Day for Safety and Health at Work along with Workers’ Memorial Day and so, to raise awareness of these themes, this update concentrates on CITB’s work to support the construction industry on mental health, safety, and general wellbeing in construction.
Today’s industry summary contains updates on CITB Grants, Skills and Training Fund and Remote Learning. There's also news on our Go Construct Buildathon competition and the newly launched Offsite Ready Project.
Today’s update details our increase of training standards suitable for remote learning for industry, from 22 to 180.