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Whether you enjoy working with your hands, being outside, or doing something creative, there’s a place for you in construction and you’ll get paid while you learn your trade.

As a CITB apprentice, you’ll be working on site and going to college to gain a nationally recognised vocational qualification (NVQ) in your chosen trade.

Each of our apprentices is allocated a dedicated Apprenticeship Officer, who will mentor and guide you through every stage of your apprenticeship. They will oversee your training, to ensure that it is teaching you the right skills to be successful in your new role on site.
Founded: 1964
Industry: Construction
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