Cambridge Regional College is hosting two key events for job-hunters this month – an Apprenticeships Jobs Fair on 17 January and a Construction Careers Day on 28 January.
The construction industry is booming right now and companies are keen to take on new staff and train them through an apprenticeship, in everything from plant operation to brickwork.
The college, one of the country’s leading apprenticeship providers, is working with businesses to help them find the employees they need.
A skills shortage has brought big pay rises, so it’s a great time to enter the industry and train through an apprenticeship, receiving a wage while you develop your skills.
The £1.8billion upgrade of the A14 also means new opportunities, with major companies looking for new staff to train as plant operators through apprenticeships.
Flannery Plant Hire, Lynch Plant Hire and Mick George will be among employers at CRC’s Construction Careers Day, offering visitors the chance to try their hand at operating diggers and excavators, find out more about working in the construction industry – and even sign up for an apprenticeship on the day.
The Apprenticeship Jobs Fair takes place at CRC on 17 January, from 2pm to 6pm. The Construction Careers Day at CRC is on 28 January from 9am to 3pm. To find out more click here.
For more information, please contact Lynn O’Shea, Cambridge Regional College Press Officer, on 01223 418773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org