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Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Apprenticeships: Virtual Information Event



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Our Degree Apprenticeships in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Surveying were developed in close collaboration with our industry partners and professional institutions to meet requirements of the Apprenticeship Standards and the skilled workforce needs across the Built Environment sector.

At this information event, being held virtually on 9 August, we will take you through the programmes, including Architect, Chartered Surveyor Quantity Surveyor, Construction Quantity Surveyor and Civil Engineer, and how they can work for your business, and the benefits and opportunities it would bring to the organisation.

Itinerary (Subject to Change):

  • Event Commences (access details will be provided upon registration)
  • Panel Discussion 
  • Breakout sessions to discuss programmes
  • Next steps and Q&A
  • Close


To register for this virtual event please complete the form below. 

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