The £2.8m of funding is aimed at big name firms to “invest in developing the leadership, management or supervisory skills of their staff.
CITB said: “The competitive fund attracted numerous creative bids for in-house training programmes with requests to better understand the training needs of the organisation, or develop new approaches, as well as delivery.
“A number of the successful bids will also develop programmes that work with supply chains.”
The ‘areas for action’ vary among projects, ranging from recruitment and retention, to productivity improvement, and diversity.
Steve Radley, CITB Strategy and Policy Director, said: “This substantial investment will be hugely beneficial for companies as they start to get back on track and into recovery.
“It’s fantastic to see such a variety of innovative initiatives coming through, and I’m really pleased we’ve been able to support so many of them.
“I look forward to seeing them come to life in the coming months and delivering real impact across construction.
“We will review the impact of these programmes closely to identify key areas of leadership and management training that the Grants Scheme can support in the future.”
Full details of the winning bidders can be found here.