About National Construction College, Bircham Newton

At CITB Bircham National Construction College we provide over 140 open courses for the construction industry at all levels from apprentice to director. We also offer personal and tailored variations of our courses to meet specialist requirements.

The National Construction College (NCC) is open and ready to provide vital and valued training for you and your business.

Three locations, nationwide, offer state of the art facilities at one of the largest construction training centres of its kind.

Specialising in construction training, NCC courses put you in real-life, working, situations so you can gain the skills needed to excel in your career.

Supported by instructors every step of the way, courses at NCC range from one-day health and safety training right through to longer-term apprenticeships.


An opportunity to visit the National Construction College as part of Open Doors week. As part of this opportunity we will provide a walking tour of the college covering a vast area, you will have the opportunity to visit the various workshops, at each point we will delve a little deeper into what training is available. 

As part of the visit you will also have the chance to use the Plant Simulator equipment, this will bring to life the true likeness of using construction machinery such as:

Tower Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Dumper Trucks


360 excavator 

College lectures will be on hand to guide you through while providing answers to your questions 


Bookings are currently unavailable for this site.


Address National Construction College East
Building 130
Kings Lynn
PE31 6RH
PE31 6RH

About CITB

CITB is the industry training board for the construction sector in England, Scotland and Wales. It’s our job to help the construction industry attract talent and to support skills development, to build a better Britain. We are an executive non-departmental public body in charge of our budget and activities. Sponsored by the Department for Education, we are also accountable to government ministers, and ultimately Parliament.

We provide practical support to construction employers, for example around taking on an apprentice, and help to tackle long-term skills challenges, arou...