The construction sector accounts for 2.6 million jobs in the UK, with 224,000 new jobs set to be created in the next five years.
And when we say construction, we don’t just mean builders – we mean engineers, project managers, occupational health nurses, architects, accounts…the list goes on.
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Did you know that over 6,000 people studied construction in North Wales in 2013?
From apprenticeships to degrees.
No matter what your educational background, construction can provide a role that fits in with your experience and training needs.
And in North Wales there are over 25,000 construction employees – with the potential for thousands more thanks to key projects across the region.
Like the Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station.
Creating around 4,000 construction jobs for most of the development project, and up to 8,500 during peak times.
Or the North Wales prison site, which is now home to the first National Skills Academy for Construction in North Wales.
The project is helping to create high-quality apprenticeships and deliver industry-led, first-class training in real-life environments.
Think an apprenticeship might be the right move for you?
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