New Higher Level Apprenticeship for sustainable built environment
By editor | 11 Jun, 2012
A sustainable built environment Higher Level Apprenticeship(HLA) will be launched on 22nd June at a free to attend industry breakfast.
The new qualification has been developed in conjunction with employers, universities and colleges and sector skills councils. It aims to provide vocational training for a variety of careers such as architecture, civil engineering, planning, surveying, building services, construction management and maintenance.
Sarah Carter, Leeds College of Buildingâ€™s HLA project manager said: â€śThe newly developed Higher Apprenticeship is a fantastic new initiative for employers to up-skill new and existing staff and create a workforce who are productive, adaptable and can help your business grow. I look forward to being able to speak to employers about the new qualifications which have been specifically designed with the help of industry experts to meet industry needsâ€ť.
Leeds College of Building and Bradford College will partner to host the breakfast meeting at the Cedar Court Hotel.
At this briefing, construction and built environment employers will learn about the new Higher Lever Apprenticeship (HLA) in Sustainable Built Environment. It will include a presentation by Mandy Crawford-Lee from the National Apprentice Service.
To book a free place click here.
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