Life as an apprentice.

Our apprenticeship programmes cover all areas from trades to professional and business.

Whether you are looking to pursue a career in a traditional skill like carpentry or bricklaying, or pursue a career in civil engineering, quantity surveying and construction management, apprenticeships are credible alternatives to degrees if you want to build a career in the construction industry. You’ll spend most of your time on-site, with the technical aspects of the course delivered on a day-release basis.

If you’re interested in forging a career in business administration or ICT for example, why not make a start in construction? Programmes are flexible and you can be taught and assessed entirely in the workplace, or you can attend college one day a week. On many programmes, you can start work at any time throughout the year.

Our apprentices enjoy a combination of practical, on-the-job learning and first-class teaching. You’ll spend one day in five in the classroom, where you’ll receive the instruction you need to build and develop your skills. This is a great opportunity to earn while you learn and, best of all, you’ll have the chance to make new friends and start building your professional reputation amongst colleagues, customers and subcontractors.

What attributes do you look for in applicants?

Academic requirements are specified for each vacancy. In addition, applicants need to be committed, have a passion for a career in the construction industry, be prepared for further study and realistic about the amount of work that is required.

What qualifications could I study for?

Our trainees and apprentices study a wide range of qualifications ranging from accredited degrees and HNCs through to NVQs and professional qualifications.

Morgan Sindall Group plc is a leading UK construction and regeneration group, operating in the public and commercial sectors, through five divisions of construction and infrastructure, fit out, affordable housing, urban regeneration and investments.

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