industry training groups

There are a number of independent construction industry training groups that operate across the country. They are usually funded through the CITB and supported by a federation or other body within the construction sector. Please find links to these training organisations below: (If your organisation is not listed, please let us know
 

CAGE (Construction Action Group of Employers)- Nottingham 

CAGE Greater Nottingham is a Construction Industry Training Provider at the forefront of change within the Construction Industry. Website www.cage-greaternottingham.org.uk/

 

National Heritage Ironwork Group (NHIG)

The NHIG is a volunteer run organisation dedicated to advancing public awareness and knowledge of ironwork. It is the nation’s only organisation focused on historic ironwork. Website www.nhig.org.uk

 

Natural Stone Industry Training Group

The NSITG was formed in 2005 and is the principal source of information about careers, training, development and skills in the natural stone industry. It ensures that high standards are set and maintained, that appropriate training is available and it covers all aspects of the industry including quarrying, stonemasonry, banker masonry, stone and floor fixing, hard landscaping, façade cleaning and restoration, design, conservation and contracting. Natural Stone Industry Training Group website.
 
 
 

 

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Events

Conservation and Repair of Timber

This course provides an intensive introduction to historic timber-framed structures.

RC1 19: Repair of Old Buildings Course

Run over five days, this course delivers an intensive programme of lectures and visits to building repair projects. It runs twice a year - in the spring and the autumn.

Conservation and Repair of Slate and Stone Roofing

This course covers the history of traditional slate and stone roofing but mainly concentrates on their conservation and repair.