The numbers: CITB Construction Skills

The figures behind the charity that provides and supports training in the construction sector

CITB Construction Skills
CITB Construction Skills

£253m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2011, compared with £279m in the previous year

£144m - The charity's income from a levy on the construction industry, its main source of income, compared with £167m in the previous year

£86.9m - Free reserves at year-end, equal to about three months of expenditure, compared with the previous year's reserves of £43m. The charity made a surplus because demand from industry for training grants was lower than expected

£223k - No employee was paid more than this

64,000 - The number of people completing vocational qualifications in the year, against a target of 49,500

15,600 - The number of employers who received training grants in the year.

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