Future Made careers campaign

Future Made, the new industry careers campaign has now started testing live testing. Taking a new approach to attract young people into construction careers, the campaign focusses on individuals, the benefits of working in the industry and their journeys to get there.

You can visit the Future Made hub here:

And the Instagram page here:

Get involved

We’re looking for inspirational case studies of young people working in the industry. We want people with strong stories about their motivations and experiences, these can be anything from carrying on the family business to wanting to save the environment or build their community. If you are interested in being featured or know someone who might be, get in touch with

Supporting You

Your event, your agenda

If you haven’t registered for your free place at the CITB Employer Roadshow, then what are you waiting for? Early birds catch the worm, and that means having the chance to shape the agenda for your local event (and then joining us for breakfast). With 17 locations, there are plenty of opportunities for you to take advantage of your FREE ticket.


Events will be packed with localised content, including inspirational talks from employers and up-to-date information about projects in your area. And it’s more interactive than ever before, so you can get involved, ask questions and share your thoughts.


CITB 360° Review - a new direction making an impact

The 360° Review reports on how CITB is performing in the areas that matter most to you. It’s about showing how our focus on the Big Six challenges, as announced in our recent Business Plan, is starting to make an impact.

In the latest edition:

  • Check out our millennial-friendly Go Construct questionnaire
  • Learn about a new pilot scheme to deliver skilled-up bricklayers to the industry
  • Discover how Mount Anvil Skills Academy for Construction is changing lives
  • Get future-ready with our £3 million smarter procurement commission
  • Find out about all this and more by reading the full 360°

Grants and Funding

Claim up to £120 for achieving a short duration course

Don't miss out! We’ve upgraded our online portal, so it’s easier to see your grant payments. You have 20 weeks from date of achievement to claim your grant on all courses completed from 1 April 2019. Meaning the time between training and receiving payment is now shorter.

For full terms and conditions click here.

“CITB funding helped us grow our workforce and take on multiple contracts”

You could do the same! Read how Ainsley Construction, keen to upskill staff, accessed funding for training and is now enjoying significant business growth. Through CITB’s Skills & Training Fund and the grants scheme they secured significant funding for a range of training courses.

Major funding for Onsite Experience opportunities in England, Scotland and Wales  

Each year CITB works with the construction industry to understand the challenges it faces. The findings help decide top priorities for funding and projects are commissioned to support priority themes, based on industry need, CITB’s strategy and government policy.

Major investment of £17.8 million has been allocated to the new Onsite Experience commission in England, Scotland and Wales. This aims to create local, onsite training hubs to help address the complex challenges facing the construction industry.

The commission will tackle head on one of the biggest challenges facing the construction industry, helping develop a site-ready workforce that is able to the meet the urgent demand for skilled labour.

Expressions of Interest are now open until 27 September 2019. You can read more about the commission on our website.

Important dates
22 July 2019: expressions of interest open
19 August 2019: applications open
27 September 2019: deadline for expressions of interest
11 October 2019: deadline for applications



Helping ATO’s help you

Since April 2018, CITB have been making regular improvements to the Construction Training Directory (CTD), and Construction Training Register (CTR). This means that we’re reducing the amount of time it takes Approved Training Organisations (ATO’s) to carry out administration tasks on the systems.

Our newest update is the bulk upload of schedules. This means that your Training Providers can:

  • Schedule multiple courses at once
  • Create, amend or cancel training schedules in bulk
  • Reduce the amount of time it takes to upload training schedules.

Following this update, you should experience an increase in the number of courses available on the CTD.
Find a course by visiting and clicking on the ‘Construction Training Directory’ option.


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