The construction sector is booming and demand for skilled trades people is huge. Choose an Onsite Construction T Level, and you’ll be choosing a qualification that will guarantee you’re never short of work!
When it comes to employment or university, current and up-to-date qualifications are ESSENTIAL, so this two-year programme has been developed with employers and businesses from the Construction sector, which means the content is:
Equivalent to three A Levels, the broad nature of this T Level will prepare you for a variety of roles.
At the heart of this T Level is an Industry Placement, so you’ll also get to spend 20% of your time with an employer, giving you vital experience in the world of work - you'll experience life in the Construction sector, and then depending on where your ambitions lie, you'll take it to the next level, focusing on an occupational specialism: Bricklaying, Carpentry & Joinery, Painting & Decorating or Plastering.
Delivered by expert tutors and industry specialists, this programme will broaden your options; you’ll cover a variety of topics, so that when it comes to employment, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to go wherever your ambitions take you.
You can choose from the following specialist pathways:
• Carpentry & Joinery
One of the many advantages of this T Level is an Industry Placement – what better way to enhance your learning, than utilising your new skills and knowledge on a sector-specific placement with an employer!
This means that 80% of your T Level will be classroom based, and the other 20% will see you learning from professionals in the construction sector, on the job; on completion of the programme, you’ll impress employers and universities with your experience, ensuring you progress to your dream career or further learning!
The sole purpose of a T Level is to prepare you for employment or university, and ultimately a dynamic career. Due to the broad range of topics covered on this T Level, you’ll be able to pursue a range of careers, and you could eventually work as a: