EN:Able Futures is running a free webinar on 11 August, 11am to 12noon for 16 to 18 years olds in the region who are completing their GCSE’s and A-levels and are thinking about getting into the construction sector.
The webinar will cover topics including:
- Range of careers options in the construction industry
- Learning and training opportunities
- Working as a woman in construction
- Leaving school and your next steps
Apprenticeships are part of the governments ‘Opportunity Guarantee’ programme designed to boost the economy after Covid19. With more investment in construction skills and training, now is a great time to start an apprenticeship in the sector. This webinar will give you an insight into the careers and the training routes available to you.
EN:Able Futures provides apprenticeships in a range of construction and technical roles across Northern England, including Architecture, Business Administration, Civil Engineering, Management, Planning, Quantity Surveying and construction trades like Bricklaying, Joinery, Painting & Decorating and more.
Guest speakers will be:
Amelia Johnson-Lynch – EN:Able Futures Apprentice
Amelia has just completed her apprenticeship in Construction Management while working at Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing. She will talk about her experience as an apprentice and a woman working in construction.
Adam Corbally – Inspirational Speaker
Adam was a finalist on the hit TV show The Apprentice. He left school with no qualifications and knows how daunting life after school and college can be. He’ll share his ideas about setting and achieving your life goals.
Leeds College of Building
A further education college dedicated to providing apprenticeships and courses in construction and the built environment.
Click here to visit the Eventbrite page and register for the webinar