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pawwaw17 | 23:46 Thu 12th Jul 2007 | Jobs & Education
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i have been a labourer / groundworker + dumper driver for 12 months, i have not got any citb or cscs cards or certificates, looking to start work with a bigger company, have been told it would be worth getting a cscs qualification 1st. can anyone tell me the difference between cscs and citb and how 2 get qualified thanx.

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CSCS is a card scheme. You take a test and get the card it is helth and safety based, about �50 for test and card. Yu need it to work unsupervised on building sites. CITB is the Construction Industry Training Board, they oversee the training of apprentices. Your local FE college should know where you cn get CSCS training

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