Shared Apprenticeships

Trades We Support

Our main Apprenticeships include; 

Please use the course specification links for more details and apprenticeship duration. 

Carpenters work making and installing wooden components such as joists, roof trusses, partitions, staircases, doors, skirting boards and kitchens. 

Plasterers apply different types of plaster and render to surfaces including internal and external wall and ceilings. This may be to new walls or old.

Painter and decorator's make walls, ceilings and woodwork shipshape and attractive using paint, wallpaper and other finishes using various equipment.

Dry liners build walls, suspended ceilings and raised floors. They measure, cut and attach plasterboard then seal over joints between boards.

Ground workers are often on site at the start and finish of jobs. They dig and lay foundations, concrete, drainage pipes, pavements and manhole covers.

Scaffolders erect and dismantle temporary scaffolding on structures so that other people can work at height and carry out their jobs safely. 

Bricklayers lay bricks, pre-cut stone, concrete blocks and other types of blocks in mortar to construct and repair walls, foundations and other structures.

Site Managers oversee all the workers on site and Health and Safety aspects. Quantity Surveyors make sure the projects stay within budget.

For aspiring Site Managers and Quantity Surveyors. A follow on from the Level 3 course unless you have prior experience and qualifications. 

Please note; this is not an exhaustive list, if you are interested in a trade which doesn't appear above, contact us. 

We do not currently support Plumbing or Electrical Apprenticeships 


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