3 Reasons Why You Should Diversify Your Construction Skills

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3 Reasons Why You Should Diversify Your Construction Skills

Full article with thanks to: ukconstructionblog.co.uk/2020/03/09/the-top-benefits-of-diversifying-your-construction-skills Many construction workers train in one discipline when they start in the industry. Though this can initially provide you with a lot of work, you should also think about diversifying your skills so you can apply for more jobs. If you are a self-employed construction worker instead of working for a specific firm, this could lead … Read More

How to Get a Construction Job Without Experience

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How to Get a Construction Job Without Experience

Full article with thanks to: goconstruct.org/why-choose-construction/whats-happening-in-construction/how-to-get-a-job-in-construction-without-experience You want to build a career in construction, but you have no experience – is it possible to get started? The short answer is an emphatic yes, and this article will explore what your options are, the various routes available and what skills you may need. Whether you have industry experience or not, there … Read More

Construction Training: New Partnership to Create 1000s of Jobs

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Full article with thanks to: pbctoday.co.uk/news/hr-skills-news/construction-training-london/87628 Construction training specialist, The Skills Centre, has joined forces with contractor O’Halloran & O’Brien to attract 1,000 people to new jobs on construction projects around the Greater London area. A free, three-week, industry-led construction training programme will be offered when lockdown ends to all that apply, together with a guaranteed job interview for work on a number … Read More

Taking on the UK Construction Skills Shortage

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Full article with thanks to: chas.co.uk/blog/tackling-construction-skills-shortage According to the Open University Business Barometer, 2020 has seen UK organisations spend £6.6 billion to plug short-term gaps resulting from skills shortages this year. Here, we look at what is meant by a skills shortage in the UK and what can be done about the skills shortage in construction. What Is a Skills Shortage … Read More