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Develop Your Workforce: Architecture, Built Environment & Construction Courses Webinar



Develop Your Workforce: Architecture, Built Environment & Construction Courses Webinar

Northumbria University are now one of the leading providers of workforce development programmes in the Construction and Built Environment sector.

Never has the requirement for workforce development been so important within the sector and the requirement for progressive development of knowledge, skills and behaviours been so acute. We at Northumbria aim to work in partnership with you to understand the challenges you are facing in your organisation and explore opportunities where we can support though our innovative higher and degree apprenticeship programmes.

We then welcome you to our construction and built environment online webinar to hear more about the programmes we specifically deliver for this sector including;

  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chartered Surveyor
  • Construction Quantity Surveyor

This event will bring together colleagues and partners from across the University and built environment sector and we will provide further information around on Northumbria University’s higher and degree apprenticeship provision.

The event will also explain how the apprenticeships are delivered, where they fit from an individual career pathway perspective, eligibility, and entry requirements and how they are managed to ensure apprentice learners balance work with study and impact positively upon professional performance and personal development.

We would encourage any potential new employer partners to join this event.




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