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We can’t build for the future without ambitious, energetic and hard-working people around us. That’s where you come in…
Finding the right apprenticeship
Are you thinking about what subjects to pick or where they might take you?
Choosing the right subjects and courses can help you get into a career or keep your options open if you are not sure. Think about the subjects you most enjoy and don’t forget to talk in through with your friends, teachers, tutors or family members.
Here's our subject matcher to the common careers within construction.
What are your skills and interests?
Your skills or interests could lead you into a fulfilling career. For example, do you like challenges, computers or talking to people?
We’ve listed the common roles that rely more heavily on transferable skills.
What do you know about apprenticeships within the construction industry?
Hopefully, that’s it’s so much more than just orange clothes and hard hats – we’ve put a quiz together to bust all those common myths.
To take part in our apprenticeship myth busting quiz, please click on the download button.
Before you start, make sure that you have a pen and paper at the ready if you wish to play along.
Once you have the presentation downloaded please press F5 on your keyboard or in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen you can click the slide show button. This will then automatically present and play each slide with audio of each question being read.
There are 10 questions throughout the quiz and you will be given 15 seconds to write down your answers.
Fancy a brain teaser? Download and try our word search listing the variety of roles that we have in construction.
If you would like to complete our apprenticeship word search, please click on the download button.
Once you have downloaded the word search, you can then print out the page and look for the different types of apprentices that you can find on the Lower Thames Crossing project.
The words may be placed diagonally, horizontally, vertically or backwords. All the hidden words can be found in a list either side of the page.