Construction

An Apprenticeship in Construction opens up a huge range of career options, from jobs in painting and decorating, bricklaying, craft masonry, carpentry & joinery, electrician, shop fitting, maintenance, and wood machining.

Did you know? There are 1,817,049 employees in construction in England, and by the year 2015, a further 38,630 new recruits will be needed to fill the posts of those that retire or leave the industry. With the sector facing a skills shortage, there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade!

Career options

  • Bricklayer
  • Building Services
  • Carpenter
  • Site Manager
  • Electrician
  • Surveyor
  • Architecture
  • Wood Occupations

Example salaries

Bricklayer: £15,000 – £30,000
Carpenter: £17,000 – £35,000
Building Surveyor: £22,000 – £70,000

If you have an eye for detail and love practical, hands-on work then this Apprenticeship should appeal to you. Focussed on the now well established kitchen fitting and fitted furniture industry this course is aimed at the specialist. The construction sector as a whole is currently facing a skills shortage, with skills to suit both refurbishment and new build there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade!

Levels Available

This Apprenticeship is ideal if you enjoy, practical hands-on work. The Construction sector as a whole is facing a skills shortage, meaning there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade!

Levels Available

This Apprenticeship is ideal if you enjoy, practical hands-on work. The Construction sector as a whole is facing a skills shortage, meaning there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade! This multi skilled apprenticeship will give you a overall knowledge of a variety of trades and the skills base to carry practical training and assessment jobs.

Levels Available

A Bricklaying Apprenticeship is ideal if you enjoy, practical hands-on work. The Construction sector as a whole is facing a skills shortage in this area, meaning there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade!

Levels Available

If you have an eye for detail and love practical, hands-on work then a Carpentry Apprenticeship is for you. The Construction sector as a whole is facing a skills shortage in this area, meaning there will be plenty of jobs available for those skilled in their trade!

Levels Available

This Apprenticeship is ideal for those who want to become an electrician. You will gain the knowledge and skills you need to install electrotechnical systems and equipment in buildings, structures and other elements of the environment.

Levels Available

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