Cross-Industry Construction Apprenticeship Task Force (CCATF)
The FMB believes firmly in supporting businesses that invest in the future workforce by taking on and training apprentices. Apprenticeships combine practical training with college learning so a good balance of technical skills and workplace experience is achieved. This has benefits for you, the employer, as well as the apprentice. Apprenticeships also help to ensure a successful and prosperous future for the construction industry and provide valuable employment opportunities for young people.
The FMB also gets involved in National Apprenticeship Week every year to help raise the profile of apprenticeships and ensure high quality apprenticeships continue to be used and valued by young people and UK businesses.
Members can access further information on Apprenticeships by logging into their member area.
Cross-Industry Construction Apprenticeship Task Force
The CCATF's mission is to champion the ethos and culture of training within the construction industry by working with industry peers and stakeholders; to encourage those not training to do so and those that train to do more by promoting the benefits and value that hiring an apprentice can bring.
National Apprenticeship Service
The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) works on behalf of the Government to support, fund and co-ordinate the delivery of apprenticeships throughout England.
The CITB-ConstructionSkills Apprenticeships
The CITB-ConstructionSkills apprenticeship team can provide information about advertising and vacancies, apprenticeship training and grants. You can contact them by telephone on 0344 994 4044. You might also like to contact your local FE college or training provider for further information on hiring an apprentice in your area.
Go Construct is an industry-wide initiative that aims to attract, inform and retain a talented workforce for the Construction and Built Environment Sector.