TypeWork Based
PlaceNational
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The construction industry has had for many years a traditional apprenticeship programme covering the civil engineering occupations. This framework will help to attract, retain and develop talent into a range of civil engineering occupations at Intermediate (Level 2) and Advanced (Level 3) in Construction Civil Engineering and provide progression to supervisory
and management level in order to provide the industry with a well trained productive workforce.
The following are the current pathways available:
  • Drainage Construction
  • Excavation & Reinstatement
  • General Building Operations
  • Laying Kerbs & Channels
  • Modular Pavement Construction
  • Flexible Pavement Construction
  • Non-structural Concreting
  • Structural Concreting

An apprenticeship in construction is a form of vocational training whereby the apprentice follows a ConstructionSkills’ approved framework to develop skills and knowledge and who would then demonstrate and evidence their application in a construction environment. In order to complete a Construction Apprenticeship the apprentice must have been employed during the apprenticeship, have evidenced competence in the specified range of vocational skills and have an employed status at the time of completion.

The aim of this framework is to attract, retain and develop talent into a range of civil engineering occupations at Intermediate (Level 2) and Advanced (Level 3) in Construction Civil Engineering, and provide progression to supervisory and management level, in order to provide the industry with a well trained productive workforce.

  1. Attract new people from a range of diverse backgrounds into construction civil engineering to broaden the industry talent pool in England.
  2. To provide broad-based training for a range of occupations in construction civil engineering in order to retain staff and increase productivity.
  3. To provide a structured career path for construction civil engineering to progress to higher level jobs using further and higher education