Menu
For course advice & bookings call: 0808 100 3245

Construction Industry showing improvement

In July the construction industry fell to lower levels than it has been for seven years, this is largely thought to be down to the Brexit vote and the construction industry suffered from it.

However, in the month of August the construction industry showed signs of improvement which was a surprise and was unexpected. The rise of work has increased and the amount of work going on right now is higher than ever due to all the new housing developments across the UK.

The construction industry is a high demand industry right now and it is in need of lots of workers to help keep up the progress and complete all the construction work.

Opportunities are being made available due to this and lots of people are start to change their careers. Lots of jobs are available for construction workers as the shortage of workers continues. Getting training courses in construction trades could be a very wise career choice and a wise investment because of the high level of work that is available.

Now that the industry is on the up more work will be started and more jobs will be available, however, companies need skilled and qualified workers to work on the building sites. If you don’t get the right training and gain the right qualifications you will not be able to work in the construction industry on site.

The construction industry is showing signs of improvement, so get working and training! The construction industry is showing signs of improvement, so get working and training!

Does a career in construction interest you? Do you need to find a top training centre?

Look no further than Able Skills in Dartford, we are on the borders of London and Kent and we offer training in every single construction trade and technical trade. We run qualification courses for all trades as well as short courses.

So if you want to join a construction industry that is on the rise then get down to Able Skills and find out exactly what we do!

(Source: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/sep/02/uk-construction-sector-output-better-than-expected-in-august-markit-cips)