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Newcastle Construction Week - Construct Your Future


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If you would like to find out more about what it's like to work in the construction sector, then why not take part in Construction Week 2017?

Construction is a rewarding and dynamic industry to work in, with varied job roles and opportunities available here in the North East, the UK and abroad. With the creation of jobs set to rise, the sector is booming, and it’s a perfect time to start thinking about a potential future career in construction.

During the week you'll have the opportunity to participate in a range of practical workshops, site visits and other activities to inspire and inform you about the industry.

These include:

Monday 20 November - Friday 24 November - Daily lunch-time tours of the Bigg Market

Tuesday 21 November - Site visits with Esh Construction (Northumbria University CIS Building)

Wednesday 22 November - Constructing Science Central 

Wednesday 22 November - Exploring Professional Roles in Architecture, Engineering and Management

For more information about any of the activities taking place please email  Visit our Facebook place Newcastle Construction Week. Use our hashtag #ConstructNCL.


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