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Anglesey schoolgirls learn construction’s technical side
Girls get an enjoyable insight into the construction industry’s huge array of career opportunities on Read Construction’s Ysgol Y Garnedd site in Bangor.
One new vacancy on CITB Wales’ Nation Council
“A chance to make a real difference in the skills system in Wales”
Zoe Evans, Llanelli painter and decorator, is British Apprentice of the Year
Zoe Evans, a 21 year old painter and decorator from Llanelli, has been named the GB Apprentice of the Year and Welsh Apprentice of the Year at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) Apprenticeship Awards.
Tylorstown bricklayer is Inspirational Apprentice of the Year
Joshua Williams, a 24 year old bricklayer from Tylorstown, has been named Inspirational Apprentice of the Year at the 2019 CITB Apprenticeship Awards.
An event to help local construction businesses thrive
An interactive, employer-designed construction roadshow is coming to Llanelli next week (November 5)
"A chance to gain training advice from those in the know"
An interactive, employer-designed construction roadshow is coming to Deganwy, North Wales on October 23.
Parker scoops gold with help from CITB
Investors in People rank Parker Plant in the top 20 management organisations in the world in their award level
Consultation on 1,000 construction training standards
CITB is embarking on its biggest ever consultation, with industry views sought from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (via CITBNI).
Bricklayer Ifan is building for the future with bilingual apprenticeships
Bricklayer Ifan Williams is a role model and bilingual apprenticeship ambassador for the CITB in Wales after winning a series of gold, silver and bronze medals in competitions over the past three years.
£10m boost from CITB to get people of diverse backgrounds into construction
CITB will target more than 11,800 people to attract them into construction careers. Just 16% of construction employees are female, and 7% BAME, partly because construction firms rely on traditional recruitment methods.