College’s Construction Day to build on success
10:56am Monday 23rd June 2014 in News
Coleg Ceredigion ran a highly successful Construction Day at its Cardigan Campus on Saturday.
The event, which was organised to provide prospective students the opportunity to visit the facilities and to try out techniques in carpentry, bricklaying and surveying. Visitors were also given a chance to operate a Mini Digger under supervision!
Along with tutors from the construction department, there were members from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), and the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) on hand to provide advice about apprenticeship opportunities for employers. There were also information provided for employers regarding grants and the benefits for providing apprenticeships in the construction industry.
“I’m delighted at the success of the Construction Day event and we are in no doubt that this is something that we’ll be doing again,” Explained Huw Thomas, Construction Curriculum Manager at Coleg Ceredigion. “Along with CITB’s announcement of 21 apprenticeship opportunities for construction students in Ceredigion, there’s never been a better time to consider a career in construction. I’d also like to thank JJ & PT Williams for providing the loan of the mini digger and small dumper for the event, and also to CARDI Building Supplies.”
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