Apprenticeship Programmes, a journey for all ages

Apprenticeship Programmes, a journey for all ages

Apprenticeships, a journey for all ages | 10 October from 1pm to 4pm
Southwark Construction Skills Centre
33 Heygate Street, Elephant and Castle, London SE17 1AZ

Ear while you learn – Apprenticeship opportunities now available. Come along to the Southwark Construction Skills Centre to find out about apprenticeships and how they can kick start your career

The event is free to all Southwark residents and there will be a range of interactive activities, CV writing sessions and more

The Southwark Construction Skill Centre offer a range of apprenticeships both at intermediate and advanced/higher level. To become an apprentice you need to:

  • Be legally allowed to work in the UK and be in full-time work. If you don’t have a job, you can use the Government’s apprenticeship vacancy matching service instead. (We can help you with your application for either a job or an apprenticeship.)
  • Not have a qualification of Level 4 or higher. i.e. If you’ve done a foundation degree you can’t become an apprentice.
  • Be aged 16 or over — there’s no upper age limit.

If you fit this criteria then click on the link below for the list of programmes you can do with us.


Real training. Real construction sites. Real jobs.

Southwark Construction Skills Centre

The Southwark Construction Skill Centre is a shared strategic and developmental partnership created to provide a world class training facility tailored to deliver an innovative ‘real life’ construction experience with a focus on those who live and work in Southwark, as well as the wider tri-borough (Lambeth,Lewisham, Southwark) area and beyond.

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