Month: November 2015

CPCS Amendments: Slinger/Signaller Category A40

There have been some changes to the Slinger/Signaller Category (A40), and the following is the latest update from CPCS to reflect changes due to come to effect this month. This category is being amended to add endorsements against a range of lifting equipment types to cover the increased use of slingers for a wider variety...

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Construction Traineeships

CCT will be embarking on an exciting programme to delivery construction traineeships to young school leavers within the north Birmingham community. The programme is designed to support into the workplace by assisting with job skills and English and Maths. The programme will also afford exciting opportunities for work placements with reputable construction companies in the...

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CITB Health & Safety Awareness 1 Day course

Central Construction Training are now able to offer a 1 Day Course – CITB Health and Safety Awareness – in CANNOCK, WEST MIDLANDS This one day course can be for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry. The course gives delegates an awareness of health and safety...

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CITB Directors Role for Health & Safety

We are pleased to announce a new course specifically for Senior Management – CITB Directors Role for Health and Safety. This course is aimed at directors and senior managers, with the purpose of recognising the human, economical and financial implications of non-compliance with health and safety legislation. The course will provide a summary of how...

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Central Construction Training Are Expanding

Central Construction Training Ltd are pleased to be expanding their provision with a pending move to a 25,000 sq foot training unit in Cannock, West Midlands. The move with allow us to expand our current internal training provisions to incorporate larger training areas for our 150 construction apprentices and 4 brand new classrooms. We will also...

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Central Construction Training apprentice wins top honours for Health and Safety

The Directors and Staff at Central Construction Training Limited are delighted to congratulate Adam Gibson, one of their first year apprentices, for winning the “Health & Safety of The Month” award at a Galliford Try site in Cannock. Adam, 20, from Rugeley in Staffordshire, has been training with CCT since September 2013, and is currently...

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Carillion plc Apprenticeships

CCT are delighted to be working with Carillion plc delivering a group of construction apprenticeships for their Birmingham highways project. The calibre of the applicants for the positions has been outstanding and we are excited about the opportunities  ahead for the learners that have been selected...

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Calling All Ex-Service Men and Women

Central Construction Training Ltd are delighted to announce that they are now working in partnership with the Career Transition Partnership as an approved supplier delivering courses for ex -service leavers through the Ministry of Defence. We would welcome any enquiries from CTP registered servicemen. Please call our dedicated training team on 01543 455 400 for...

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Bricklayer Shortages affecting the Industry

CCT Ltd  are proving the solution…….. Construction firms are struggling to find skilled tradespeople such as bricklayers, according to new research, as   private commercial workloads improve. Focusing on the issue of labour shortages, the Rics study said that bricklayers and quantity surveyors are proving particularly hard to source at present. Free Fully Funded Construction...

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Advanced Level 3 Construction Apprenticeship Programme Launches August 2014

Central Construction Training Ltd are delighted to announce details of a specialist Advanced Level 3 Construction Apprenticeship programme we are launching in August at our West Midlands training academy. The programme has been designed in direct response to requests we have had from our local clients. Places are limited on our first two intakes,so you...

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