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Construction and Property Higher Apprenticeships

2 Higher Apprenticeships Construction and Property Courses

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Sustain Built Environment Higher Apprenticeship Level 5

East Berkshire College

(3.3)
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painting and drawing exhibition

All of the students from the painting and drawing evening classes at EBC are loo...more

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The Higher Level Apprenticeship in the Sustainable Built Environment (Level 5) has been developed to allow employees of some of the top built environment organisations to be able to demonstrate their...more

Awarding organisation: East Berkshire College

Duration: 364 Days

Full time

From £12,000
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Construction Management - Level 4 (Higher Apprenticeship) Yr 1

East Surrey College

(4.0)
5 reviews
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Learning to draw and paint is fun!

In this course basic drawing skills through to watercolour are taught. Students...more

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This apprenticeship is suitable for individuals who have completed a level 3 apprenticeship in construction or are mature workers with significant industry experience at Level 3. The framework consists of...more

Awarding organisation: East Surrey College

Duration: 2 Years

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