Construction

Our Level 1 qualifications are a stepping stone towards an Apprenticeship, further training, setting up your own business or finding your dream job. Our Jobs Growth Wales+ (JGW+) Advancement Strand enables you to gain a Level 1 qualification in your chosen route and all the support, guidance and training needed to help you progress onto the next stage in your life!

Skills in construction are in high demand, not least because there’s a huge shortage. Issues including ageing workers and a reliance on a shrinking foreign labour workforce means the UK’s construction industry is desperate to attract young people like you. With so many vacancies, you will find a wide range of exciting jobs just waiting to be filled.

What are the benefits?

JGW+ Advancement Strand

  • Training allowance of up to £55 per week
  • Support with travel expenses
  • Employability support
  • Industry-focused work tasters and placements
  • Regular support, advice and guidance to help you make the right choices
  • A big boost to your confidence and brighter prospects for the future


What are the requirements?

You must be aged 16-18 but do not need any previous qualifications-just a positive can-do attitude!


How do I become a JGW+ learner? 

You can find out more information on Jobs Growth Wales+ by visiting:
workingwales.gov.wales/jobs-growth-wales-plus  

Or contact a member of our Enquiries Team who will point you in the right direction!

02920 464727

info@acttraining.org.uk

Career Opportunities:

Bricklayer, Labourer, Carpenter, Plumber plus many more…

Find out the extra support we will offer during you time at ACT 

 

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