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Due to continued expansion and growth within Construction Development Centre Ltd (CDC), we are expanding our specialist training activities from 2020.
We have structured plans to become approved on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) and start to deliver government-funded construction apprenticeship training programmes from 2020 at our new workshops.
Our organisation also have plans to adding much more value to all our candidates’ experience with us by having advanced IT platforms, Apps and ePortfolio available. Within these plans are included the start of delivery of Plumbing & Electrical NVQs and Apprenticeship Programmes from 2020.
The benefits of undertaking an apprenticeship training programme:
The main benefit of an apprenticeship is that it is a real job combined with training. As an apprentice, you’ll earn while you learn and pick up new skills and also a nationally-recognised qualification and a CSCS Card as you progress forward with your programme.
While apprentices can complete some study at our College, the majority of your time will be spent in the workplace. You’ll be employed in your chosen role and industry on the job for a minimum of 30 hours a week. You can also choose to join an apprenticeship programme straight from school, as a new venture or simply by having completed a vocational programme in your trade.
We’ll regularly post updates on our website as we move forward on the programmes available as soon as we’ll become approved on the RoATP.
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