The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) works with industry and government to research the sector’s needs, fund training, improve standards and ensure the industry has the workforce it needs. It is paid for by a levy on the construction industry itself. CITB is a non-departmental body of the Department for Education.
Tens of thousands more into construction – @CITB_UK’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 are key elements of CITB’s Strategic Plan 2021-25, launched today (23 Sept.
It’s been more than two years since construction giant, Carillion, ceased trading, affecting around 1400 apprentices. To minimise the impact of the crisis for its learners, @CITB_UK swiftly set up a project team to ensure support was provided.
@CITB_UK proposes action to increase efficiency, cut costs - Consultation with employees to reduce size by 110 roles (17%)
CITB has today opened a formal consultation with trade unions and employee representatives over proposals which will address the sustained loss in levy income associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This will see its levy income fall by a third over three years, but the proposed changes will allow CITB to focus its expenditure on directly supporting construction employers with their key skills, training and apprenticeships needs.
Home Secretary @PritiPatel sent a clear message to the world today that Britain is ready to welcome the best and brightest global #talent when the transition period comes to an end, as further detail on UK’s future immigration system are released.
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