Our current plan builds upon earlier work which signalled our intent to focus on fewer priorities and maximise their impact
Plans and performance
CITB is dedicated to ensuring the construction workforce has the right skills for now and the future based on our three strategic priorities – Careers, Standards and Qualifications, and Training and Development.
Our Strategic Plan 2021-25 sets out the key skills challenges for construction and what we will do over the next few years to help address them.
Each year, we publish our Business Plan to set out our priorities for the year, how we're going to achieve our long-term and short-term goals, as well as illustrating how these goals and projects support our Strategic Plan for 2021-25.
To show the progress we're making against our Business Plan, we publish a quarterly performance report. This details the impact our projects are having on the construction industry and how we're performing against our targets.
For England, Scotland and Wales, we also publish annual Nation Plans, which break the Business Plan down into more detail and explain the support we will provide for construction employers in the nations.
The support CITB will provide to construction employers across England, Scotland and Wales
CITB's Strategic Plan sets out the key skills challenges for construction and what we will do to address them
CITB's performance reports aim to provide an overview of where the industry’s Levy is invested and what impact it has had
Our initial action plan explores how we will work with industry to meet the UK, Scottish and Welsh Governments’ net zero goals.