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Open Doors: An important opportunity for industry

Zara Edmondson from Kier reveals the value of taking part in Open Doors and why more businesses should get on board.

CITB signs heads of terms with West Suffolk College over NCC in Norfolk

CITB confirms that it is to sign a heads of terms agreement with West Suffolk College over the sale of the National Construction College (NCC) at Bircham Newton.

CITB comment on Home Office migration plan

CITB Strategy and Policy Director Steve Radley, said: “CITB cautiously welcomes lowering the salary threshold for skilled migrants, increasing the number of construction occupations eligible to work in the UK, and the commitment to monitor and respond to skills shortages.

National Apprenticeship Week 2020: Hear from employers

For National Apprenticeship Week 2020, we hear from the employers at the forefront of apprenticeship delivery.

The UK Government has issued its annual priorities letter to CITB

The annual priorities letter from the UK Government to CITB can be read here.

Response to challenges from Hudson Contract

In light of recent challenges from Hudson Contract, CITB have released a statement.

Migration Advisory Committee has listened to construction industry, says CITB

CITB welcomes the recommendations in the Migration Advisory Committee report: A Points-Based System and Salary Thresholds for Immigration. Read our response.

Holly Price: Becoming a CITB Trustee

CITB is seeking two new Board Trustees. Here, Holly Price, Keltbray Training and Development Director, discusses her experience as a trustee.

The HoloLens: Transforming construction

Digital tech company, PAULEY, discusses how CITB's Flexible Fund has helped in transforming tunnelling training through immersive learning.

Call for applications – plant operators training commission

Hundreds of plant operatives and assessors are to be trained up as part of a new three-year initiative from CITB.