Planning your future? There’s never been a better time to join the construction industry.
It’s boom time for building! If you’re inspired by the places where we live, work, travel and play, the construction industry is looking to recruit young people with recognised trade qualifications and the practical skills that count.
As a Reaseheath construction student you can build a range of specific skills in three distinct trade areas, or develop the progressive digital technologies required for the modern built environment.
Our industry-led full time and apprenticeship courses are the perfect foundation for a rewarding career as you will learn your craft alongside professional trades people.
If you want to make a lasting impact by building functional and sustainable environments for an expanding population – your future starts with us!
- Level 1 Diploma in Brickwork
- Level 1 Diploma in Joinery
- Level 1 Diploma in Plastering
- Level 1 Diploma in Construction Multi-skills
- Level 2 Diploma in Brickwork
- Level 2 Diploma in Joinery
- Level 2 Diploma in Plastering
- Transition to T Level (Level 2) in Construction
- T Level (Level 3) in Design, Surveying and Planning
- T Level (Level 3) in On-site Construction (Brickwork, Carpentry and Joinery or Plastering)
- Apprenticeships in Construction (brickwork or carpentry and joinery)
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment 2022
School: Spalding High School, Lincolnshire
Next Step: BSc (Hons) Rural Enterprise and Land Management (Harper Adams University)
Ambition: Rural land agent and surveyor
“I felt this course would give me the best introduction to the built environment. …and It’s taken me further than I ever thought possible.
“As well as preparing me academically for university, the syllabus was incredibly diverse and delivered so many different skills and experiences. My course manager went above and beyond to make the topics relevant, from using the latest technical surveying equipment to arranging site visits and industry trips. Our practical projects included designing a plan for a new agricultural showground, which was implemented at college, and I also won best overall design for an outdoor classroom to be built on campus.
“There are so many options for women in the construction industry, and it was great that other female students had chosen the course too.”
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Why study Construction at Reaseheath?
As our courses are industry focused, you’ll be supported by our team of highly qualified staff who have extensive industry experience.
You’ll become career ready by learning your trade in bespoke, spacious workshops that are all stocked with top quality equipment.
Benefit from high quality resources and materials thanks to our partnerships with leading businesses, and use high-tech equipment such as VR headsets thanks to our involvement in the Advanced Construction Training project.
94% of our construction students progress to work in the industry and you’ll develop your practical skills, knowledge and employability through ‘on-the-job’ work placements.
Gain ‘hands-on’ experience as part of the on-going project work we carry out with local businesses and organisations and enjoy fun team and confidence building activities to raise money for charity.
You’ll have the opportunity to gain the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS), which proves that you have the qualifications needed to work on-site. You won’t get a job with a recognised company without one!
“Due to our continued use of Reaseheath College as our preferred training provider, our apprentices have enjoyed a thorough training over the last decade.
“Each apprenticeship is tailored to ensure maximum retention and to develop the knowledge our trainees need to achieve their aspirations. We would recommend Reaseheath to any business who wishes to have a top quality staff.”