Construction covers the entire process involved in creating an infrastructure, from the handing the tools, vehicles and machinery, to managing teams of workers and learning health and safety principles. A construction career doesn't necessarily need to be limited to a private company – there are opportunities to work on projects with architects, local authorities and organisations such as English Heritage and the National Trust.
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Carpentry & Joinery Level 1
What does this programme involve? Level 1 Site Carpentry is made up of units: • Carry out safe working…
Plumbing Studies Level 1
The programme will cover the following: • Understanding health and safety within building services engineering…
Plumbing Studies Level 2
In addition, you must have good attendance and attainment reports from your previous school or college…
Site Carpentry Level 2
Level 1 Site Carpentry is made up of units: • Carry out safe working practices • Information, quantities…
Our fully qualified staff have experience in a range of areas including Site Management, Civil Engineering and Architecture, and get actively involved in the Construction Employers Forum.
There is a vast growth area of professional apprenticeships in this field, and the College has good links with both industry and local education providers. This means there is plenty of opportunity to visit local Universities and secure employment.
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Upon completion of their courses a total of 781 learners aged 16-19 took part in the annual exit survey that benchmarked Eastleigh College positively against 1,377,178 responses from over 100 Colleges across the country.