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Construction

The construction industry employs 3 million people throughout the UK. It offers a vast range of job opportunities for those with the right technical skills and qualifications.

Facilities and Resources

  • Specialist workshops for each trade
  • Industry experienced tutors
  • Industry speakers
  • Trips & visits

Skills

Construction courses often combine practical hands-on training with theoretical knowledge, preparing students for work in various construction roles. Here are some of the core skills and knowledge areas you might expect to learn:

  • Construction Principles
  • Health and Safety
  • Technical Drawing and Plan Reading
  • Building Regulations and Standards
  • Practical Skills
  • Surveying
  • Project Management
  • Sustainability and Green Building
  • Mathematics and Measurements
  • Use of Tools and Equipment

Why study a Construction course?

A qualification in Construction is ideal if you enjoy practical tasks or like to see your ideas and plans become reality. Employee jobs in construction are predicted to grow by 2% in Berkshire over the next five years.

 

Specialist Workshops

You’ll learn in our industry standard, purpose-built workshops

Opportunities

Courses can lead to a range of higher education and apprenticeship opportunities as well as careers in associated trades.

Experienced Teachers

Our experienced staff will be there to teach you career-ready transferrable skills, preparing you for life after college

Skills

You will gain skills which are directly linked to the construction industry to prepare you for your future career.

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Success stories

The amount of support you get from the college staff is amazing and helps you progress in your chosen industry”


Nathan
Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Electrical Installations