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Best practice review: employment pathways into the construction industry for underrepresented groups
CITB commissioned this rapid evidence assessment as part of the Pathways into Construction Commission, which aims to connect employers with people who do not traditionally enter construction.
Mental health and wellbeing research
RSM UK Consulting LPP was appointed by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) to conduct research on mental health and wellbeing initiatives and programmes currently in place within the const...
Survey of levy and grant support 2021
The survey of non-represented employers showed support for the 2022-2025 Levy Proposals. When asked about the importance of the Levy, grant, and funding system in encouraging training across the cons...
Net zero and construction – perspective and pathways
This new paper examines the skills and training needed to deliver the retrofit work under the Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) proposed National Retrofit Strategy and summarises existing resear...
Migration and UK Construction 2021
The end of EU freedom of movement and the introduction of a new Points Based Immigration System was always going to be a challenge for the construction industry. CITB’s 5th study on Migration in the U...
Migration in the UK construction and built environment sector
The construction industry will face skills shortages in some key areas if employers can’t access migrant workers through the new Points Based Immigration System (PBIS), established in the wake of the ...
Learning to earning: Increasing FE learners into Construction
We have carried out this research to better understand the barriers to FE learners joining the construction industry and to outline potential solutions. Through this research we present new evidence ...
Construction Skills Network - Industry Outlook Wales 2021-2025
The CITB Construction Skills Network (CSN) report for 2021-25 outlines three scenarios for how the construction sector in Wales might recover from the current recession.
Construction Skills Network Industry Outlook 2021-2025
Preliminary insights into Construction Skills Network forecast 2021-2025, which suggests that infrastructure and private housing will recover well.
Construction Scotland Apprenticeship Task Force - Apprenticeship Survey Findings
A survey, conducted in collaboration with the Scottish Construction Modern Apprenticeship Task Force, sought to understand the views of 600 employers on their immediate and longer term plans for Moder...