Open Evening

To showcase our CEG Apprenticeship Programme and recruit candidates, we are inviting you and your clients to an open evening on Thursday 24th May, where you can drop-down any time between 5:00pm and 8:00pm.

The Open Evening Will Include:

*A tour of CEG’s well known Kirkstall Forge offices and Development

*Talks with industry professionals from CEG

*Information and Application Opportunities

*Information, Advice and Guidance provided by EN: Able Futures

Food and drinks will also be available throughout the evening. 

Address: CEG, Kirkstall Forge (off Abbey Road), Leeds, LS5 3NF

The Apprenticeship will provide candidates with:

  • Nationally recognised advanced qualifications, all participants will be working towards their full Diploma Level 3 in Construction Contracting Operations, along with the NVQ in the same area. We are also finalising some level two opportunities which I will tell you more about once confirmed.
  • The opportunity to work within 4-6 job roles within different host organisations, giving them a much more in-depth knowledge of the sector and a more informed opinion of which roles, they may like to progress into.
  • High Quality and impartial Information, Advice and Guidance before, throughout and after their apprenticeship to ensure they progress in a way, which suits their individual goals.
  • Full pastoral care throughout the programme to overcome any arising barriers to education and to support the apprentice both inside and outside of the learning environment.
  • Real progression opportunities for careers with CEG and their partners, along with support to access higher qualifications once completed

Example Apprenticeship roles we are offering with CEG:

  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Asset Manager
  • Developer
  • Building Surveyor
  • Civil Engineer
  • Planner
  • Project Manager

How a Shared Apprenticeship works:

  • A shared apprenticeship consists of a rotation of work placements throughout the programme of learning, as opposed to the apprentice remaining in one company and role. The apprentice moves between these placements on a cycle basis and could work within one to six roles and organisations over the course of the two years.
  • Between work placements, the apprentice attends block or day release training at Leeds College of Building to gain their qualifications.
  • Placements are carefully selected to offer candidates the greatest wealth of knowledge relevant to each aspect of their qualification.

I hope this provides you with helpful input regarding our programme, but should you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

While booking isn’t essential to attend this evening and drop-ins are very welcome, we encourage potential attendees to confirm they will be attending where possible by contacting Hannah Norton.

T: 0330 606 1441

M: 07983 287123

See you there!

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