What is civil engineering? Put quite simply, civil engineering refers to the design, construction and maintenance of public works. Think roads, bridges, canals and dams, to the motorways and transport systems we use to....
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The course objective is to provide a comprehensive study of the main legal and administration requirements impinging on the management of highways,...moreFrom £545
Suitable for anyone working in the construction industry as a trainee highways maintenance operative...more
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You will be introduced to the essential technical knowledge and practical skills to carry out basic brickwork tasks. You will gain the experience and...moreThis course might be free
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The Intermediate Level 2 Apprenticeship in Decorative Finishing and Industrial Painting Occupations provides the opportunity for you to specialise...moreThis course might be free
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This course provides the basic skills and knowledge required to for employment as a bricklayer. Techniques covered include brick and block walling,...moreThis course might be free
One day workshop- How-to workshop on small block paving, preparing your site and laying blocks.....moreFrom £30
The course aims to offer those who wish to gain an introduction to the skills of the gilder, or to refresh or extend their skills, an opportunity to...moreFrom £285