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The construction industry in the UK is worth around £1bn a year. The sector is always on the lookout for qualified people. There are a range of jobs available whether you’re interested in becoming a plasterer, a builder, a painter and decorator, or plumber. Tradespeople earn a decent wage and often are their own bosses. If you’re the type of person that likes working with their hands and that wants to see the results of their labours after a hard day’s work, then a career in the construction industry could be for you. Find out about our Study Programmes in Construction at Hull College.

Courses

Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Civil engineers work primarily on site managing and setting out building and infrastructure projects. The work with staff contractors and a variety oif state of the art engineering levels to set our projects prior to buildng work commencing

Key course information

2 Years

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time

Construction and the Built Environment

The qualification aims to provide an understanding of the construction industry, including Construction Principles, Construction Design, Health and Safety, Tendering and Estimating.

Key course information

2 Years

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time