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CITB - New Leadership and Management Development Fund for Large Businesses

CITB can help you access up to £50,000 of funding for training to improve your business. They have expanded the funding offer for large businesses seeking to provide training to their staff.


This funding opportunity will allow you to deliver training to your team, based exclusively on your business needs.


The Leadership and Management Development Fund for large businesses is a non-competitive fund. It will enable large construction companies (with over to 250 directly employed staff) to invest in developing the leadership, management or supervisory skills of their workforce.


To apply, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Your business needs to have over 250 directly employed staff

  • You will need to have submitted your 2022 Levy return

  • All year’s levy payments must be up to date

  • One application only per associated business

The Leadership and Management Fund is a flexible offer which can help contribute towards your leadership and management training costs, it can help you improve an existing program, develop a new one, try a new delivery method or simply repeat an existing training program to new cohorts.


When can you apply:

The fund opened on 01 December 2022.

The deadline for applications is 31 May 2023.


How to apply:

  • Download the application form and save it to your computer

  • Complete all fields, saving regularly along the way to prevent loss of data

  • Ensure all training activity is in the future and not in the past. We are unable to fund retrospective activity

  • Save and send the completed form to email address: L&MFund@citb.co.uk

Your Local CITB Adviser will be happy to support you, find their details here.


For more information about this development fund:

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