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The training body for British construction is proposing to keep rates at pre-Covid levels as it launches a wide-reaching consultation into its funding proposals.
Welsh students looking to get into the construction industry got a helping hand with support for job interviews at a virtual event last week.
Today I would like to update you on the result of a recent consultation and subsequent new approach to funding for Training Groups, along with a COVID-delayed £1 fee increase for the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) test. There have also been updates to Short Duration Standards, meaning new codes must be used.
I hope everyone is enjoying their week so far. Today’s email details what we’re doing this National Apprenticeship Week, and some of the findings following the publication of the annual Migration Survey.
I hope you are having a good week so far. Today’s email includes a reminder about National Apprenticeship Week; publication of the annual Migration Survey; and details of our Annual Report and Accounts.
A third of construction companies expect to provide more jobs for British workers as the sector rises to challenges presented by Brexit and Covid-19.
CITB supported the training of nearly a quarter of a million construction workers in the last financial year, according to newly published accounts.
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.
Young people will have the chance to train and get qualifications in sectors with long-term prospects thanks to a new initiative launched in response to the pandemic.