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Supporting training and addressing key challenges – CITB to support Welsh construction in leading Britain’s recovery

Supporting Welsh construction businesses while ensuring new recruits are welcomed into the industry are the key goals of CITB’s plan for 2021/22 for the nation, unveiled today (Wednesday 7 April).

Net Zero: 12,000 new construction roles to be created by 2028 in Wales

To ensure the Welsh government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is on track, the construction industry will require the equivalent of 12,000 new roles to be created by 2028 in Wales.

Women explain how they have excelled in Welsh construction

Inspiring women into construction is the goal of a new video that has been created by CITB and partners.

New group sets high standards for Welsh apprentices

A new partnership is striving to ensure high standards for young people looking to join the construction industry in Wales.

Interview advice helps get students into construction

Welsh students looking to get into the construction industry got a helping hand with support for job interviews at a virtual event last week.

100 students benefit from new Swansea scaffolding centre

More than 100 learners have passed through the Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) new Welsh scaffolding centre in its first three months.

Thousands more people into Welsh construction – CITB’s Strategic Plan 2021-25

Supporting training and retraining to rebuild after the recovery, improving productivity and making it easier to help employers bring in apprentices and other new entrants to Welsh construction are key elements of CITB’s Strategic Plan.

Covid-19: CITB chief exec update - 26 August 2020

Today’s email contains important information on grant changes; a reminder about the Construction Talent Retention Scheme; news of free mental wellbeing training; and, finally, proposed changes to CITB’s size and structure.

CITB proposes action to increase efficiency, cut costs

Consultation with employees to reduce size by 110 roles.

Covid-19: CITB chief exec update – 22 July 2020

Today’s email includes a reminder to register for the Government’s Construction Talent Retention Scheme. We also encourage you to have your say about the support needed to help achieve net zero.