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One new vacancy on CITB Wales’ Nation Council

“A chance to make a real difference in the skills system in Wales”

Four new vacancies on CITB's three Nation Councils

CITB is seeking senior construction industry professionals to join its three Nation Councils.

Construction trainees shine at the 2019 SkillBuild final

The SkillBuild national final took place at the NEC, Birmingham 21-23 November. Find out who the winners are.

Zoe Evans, Llanelli painter and decorator, is British Apprentice of the Year

Zoe Evans, a 21 year old painter and decorator from Llanelli, has been named the GB Apprentice of the Year and Welsh Apprentice of the Year at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) Apprenticeship Awards.

Tylorstown bricklayer is Inspirational Apprentice of the Year

Joshua Williams, a 24 year old bricklayer from Tylorstown, has been named Inspirational Apprentice of the Year at the 2019 CITB Apprenticeship Awards.

Success for 13 winners at the Apprenticeship Awards 2019

Success for 13 winners at the Apprenticeship Awards 2019

An event to help local construction businesses thrive

An interactive, employer-designed construction roadshow is coming to Llanelli next week (November 5)

CITB funding a catalyst to make the change we wanted

Gwilym Hughes, HR Strategic Business Manager at Jehu explains how the Skills and Training Fund helped their site managers.

CITB sets out over £290k to digitally transform Scottish construction

Scotland’s construction bosses and their suppliers are at the heart of a new, CITB-funded programme to give construction leaders the skills to drive digital transformation.

Construction workers detained in CITB, police and Home Office counter-fraud operations

Seven construction workers were detained on suspicion of working in Britain illegally during unannounced counter-fraud visits by CITB, police and the Home Office.