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THOUSANDS OF CSCS CARDS REVOKED FOLLOWING CITB INVESTIGATION

Thousands of CSCS cards have been revoked following an extensive investigation by CITB into fraudulent activity at five test centres. A total of 4,615 CSCS cards have now been cancelled as a result of a CITB investigation prompted by a BBC Newsnight …

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February 1, 2016  |   Share:

NEW LEASE OF LIFE FOR CONSTRUCTING BETTER HEALTH

Build UK has welcomed the announcement that ownership of Constructing Better Health (CBH), the national scheme for occupational health management in construction, will transfer from CSCS to B&CE. B&CE is a not for profit organisation which has been p…

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NEW EMISSIONS STANDARDS FOR NON-ROAD MOBILE MACHINERY

New emissions standards have been introduced for Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) used on construction projects in London, as part of plans to improve air quality in the capital.

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SHOWCASING CONSTRUCTION WITH OPEN DOORS 2016

Build UK members will be opening up construction sites across the country to demonstrate the diverse range of career opportunities available within construction and give people a taste of what it is like to work in the industry.

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Time to work together as opportunity knocks

The new Construction Skills Network report predicts strong growth over the next five years for our industry – but can it be realised?

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Strike ahead with Crown Trade Fastflow’s free trial offer

There’s a great opportunity to get hands-on and trial Crown Trade’s Fastflow Gloss system in a new campaign with Sky Sports News HQ.

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Wales to lead UK construction growth

The Welsh construction industry is set to grow at nearly triple the UK average, with over 27,000 jobs to be created in the coming five years, according to new research released today by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).

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UK construction set for growth – with 230,000 jobs to be created

CITB is calling for more apprentices as it releases new figures today which forecast annual average growth of 2.5% for the next five years – and a massive 232,000 jobs to be created.

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