The Scottish Building Apprenticeship & Training Council (SBATC) was founded in 1934.
SBATC consists of representatives from Industry, Trade Federations and Trades Unions. The main purpose of the organisation is to regulate and monitor the working conditions, wages, recruitment and training of apprenticeships within the Building Industry throughout Scotland.
During 2012 SBATC indentured 1,299 new start apprentices despite the current economic difficulties being sustained within Industry.
Should you wish to discuss any aspects with regard to the operation of SBATC please give us a call on 0131 556 8866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any correspondence should be addressed to SBATC at Crichton House, 4 Crichton's Close, Holyrood, Edinburgh EH8 8DT.
June 2nd, 2013Nicola Sturgeon MSP visits Forth Crossing to Promote Young Women in Construction - Scottish Apprenticeship Week
Successful positive action event encouraging female participation in the constuction industry receives the support of the Deputy First Minister
November 13th, 2012SBATC Employers Induction Seminar - Aberdeen College, Monday 26 November 2012
The latest SBATC Employers' Induction Seminar is taking place on Monday 26 November 2012 at Aberdeen College, at 09:30am, all local apprenticeship employers are welcome.
September 17th, 2012SBATC Apprenticeship Awards 2012 - Deadline Extension - 5 October 2012
The deadline for the submission of nominations for this year’s SBATC Apprenticeship Awards has been extended until Friday 5 October 2012.