It has never been more important to growing and developing your workforce as per UK’s current construction industry skills gaps. One of the best ways to address those gaps, is to hire apprentices. You’ll be able to watch them improve and learn new skills with our construction Tutors available to suit their needs.
We are able to provide you training through a number of pathways, covering the most important Construction Training Programmes in the UK, each of apprenticeship training programme, leading to a Vocational Qualification (NVQ) at the end. Our experienced and professional team, some of, Members of the CIOB and past Chartered Construction Managers, will ensure a smooth training and assessment process but also their full-time commitment to your apprentices.
Our goal is to ensure that your workforce will be able to carry out their duties and tasks adequately, at the required standards, in the same time to be able to follow the safe system of works on site.
We understand how challenging can the Construction Industry be sometimes, but rest assured that we can tailor our apprenticeships so that the training we deliver is fully flexible to meet your needs and specific work. CDC is also able to deliver the apprenticeship training programmes completely on site, at employers’ premises, with minimum disrupt from the work activities.
Our Apprenticeships Delivery
• Construction Specialist – Interior Systems – Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2)
• Construction Building – Wood Occupations – Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2)
• Construction Building – Decorative Finishing and Industrial Painting – Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2)
Assessment and Verification
All knowledge and understanding assessments will be carried out during attendance on formal training. Arrangements will be made to assess learners in the workplace during on-site periods. Competence assessments will be undertaken in the workshop with real-life scenarios which must be accomplished to the required national occupational standard.
Competence assessments will be undertaken in the workshop or on the employer’s premises with real-life scenarios which must be accomplished to the required national occupational standard.
Observation of Behaviours and Skills
Apprentices work in an environment where their safety, the safety of those around them and the equipment they work on are of paramount importance. Therefore, observation of behaviors and approach are an integral and developing part of the apprentice progression throughout the apprenticeship and should be assessed using existing supervisory practice and as part of the on-going assessment.
Successful achievement of the end-point assessment will lead to final certification of the apprenticeship and demonstrate that the apprentice is a fully competent individual in their occupational job role, who can work safely and confidently. Apprentices should only be considered for end-point assessment when they have completed their on-programme portfolio and achieved a pass in their knowledge assessment or current legacy qualification and have achieved the required behavioral standard.
For further information on the type of apprenticeships we offer or to see how our business can help you make the most of the apprenticeship levy, please get in touch today.
Please don’t hesitate to contact our apprenticeships advisor George at 020 8349 8002 or firstname.lastname@example.org