As reported on the Construction Enquirer, this week will see Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick invite bids from house building companies to secure investment for 180,000 affordable homes to be built in England.

 

See here quoted from the Construction Enquirer:

 

"Construction will be delivered over five years from 2021 to 2026.

 

Nearly £7.5bn will be delivered outside London by Homes England while the Greater London Authority has been offered £4bn.

 

Councils, housing associations and private providers will be able to start preparing their bids for funding this week."

 

This offers a fantastic opportunity to the whole construction industry. With a demand for workers across all trades, this will open up jobs opportunities up and down the country. Whether you are currently re-training or looking to re-train in a construction trade, the plans to build more homes will come as a huge benefit.

 

How can you get involved in the Housing Industry?

 

Here at Able Skills, we offer all the courses required to get you from the point of being a beginner to becoming fully qualified in your chosen trade. Whether it is in Carpentry, Bricklaying or Plumbing or Electrical, we have the courses available here to get you the skills and qualifications you need to get started.

 

Full-time and weekend training options are available to give everyone the chance to train no matter what their circumstance. All our training courses are accredited and approved by City & Guilds. You can see all training options here:

 

 

If you would like to get training and potentially be part of the biggest housing plan in a decade, get in touch with us on 0808 100 3245 and we will be more than happy to help you find the best course for you. Alternatively, come down to our centre and we will show you exactly what we do here.