Apprenticeships provide a great way for young people to enter the workplace, contribute to the business and earn whilst they learn the skills our industry needs.
T3 Training and Development in partnership with Barnsley college offer apprenticeships for the role of Structural Technician. As part of the course, students will learn about structural detailing and will also be taught to use the BIM software that the industry uses, including Tekla Structures. Companies that already have apprentices on the scheme include Laing O’Rourke.
If you are interested in taking on an apprentice technician please contact T3 Training and Development directly on 01226 321789 or email email@example.com for more information.
The Construction and Design Centre of Excellence (CADCOE) offers fast-track apprenticeships for the construction industry.
Specialising in digital construction and design, all apprentices complete the CADCOE 14-week intensive cad course at the front-end of their training and prior to joining a business full-time. Working in partnership with Dudley College of Technology, the apprenticeship is relevant to construction businesses across the entire industry, teaching skills in, computer-aided design, 3D modelling and BIM, utilising design software’s, including Tekla.
The apprenticeship is suitable for a range of industry roles which include: cad engineer, bim technician, structural technician, architectural assistant, cad technician, design assistant and digital technician.
If you would like to find out more, learn how to attract new talent to your business or to arrange a free consultation with a future skills specialist, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01952 605549.
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