A young offender from Leeds has been given the chance of a career in construction thanks to Construction Youth Trust and Knottingley-based Caddick Construction.
Naseem, 17, is currently serving a sentence at Wetherby Young Offenders' Institution. Following an introduction by...
Showing the way forward for equality and diversity Construction Youth Trust hosts construction careers day for school girls in Islington.
50 Year 9 students from Mount Carmel Technology College for girls attended the event at the Platform Youth Hub in Islington where...
Construction Youth Trust has been granted Approved Centre Status by the Open College Network (OCN) to deliver accredited training programmes in construction.
National Open College Network (NOCN) is the leading credit-based awarding body in the UK, offering high quality, flexible, credit-...
Construction Youth Trust is delighted to be taking part in celebrations at The Building Centre on 3 May 2012.
Now in it's 80th year, The Building Centre will be holding an open day of free events including seminars, film screenings, product demonstrations, have-a-go activities,...
Two young London based trainees have successfully secured work placements following completion of construction taster sessions funded by CityWest Homes and Westminster Community Homes.
Young people from Little Venice and Paddington who took part in the sessions all received an award for...