Leeds College of Building and Bradford College are working in partnership to launch the new Higher Apprenticeships in Sustainable Built Environment.
The event will take place at a breakfast meeting to be held at the Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford on Friday 22nd June from 8am – 9am.
At this free breakfast briefing, Construction and Built Environment employers will learn about the new Higher Lever Apprenticeship (HLA) in Sustainable Built Environment and will include a presentation by Mandy Crawford-Lee from the National Apprentice Service (NAS).
Developed with employers, colleges, universities and sector skills councils, the Higher Level Apprenticeship in Sustainable Built Environment provides the vocational knowledge and skills necessary for careers in a variety of disciplines including architecture, building services, civil engineering, construction management, maintenance, planning, surveying and much more.
Sarah Carter, Leeds College of Building’s Project Manager for HLA said “The newly developed Higher Apprenticeship is a fantastic new initiative for employers to up-skill new and existing staff and create a workforce who are productive, adaptable and can help your business grow.”
“I look forward to being able to speak to employers about the new qualifications which have been specifically designed with the help of industry experts to meet industry needs”.
To book your free place, please visit http://bigbreakfastbriefing.eventbrite.com.