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Rising Demand as the Construction Industry grows

Rising demand for workers in the construction industry as the industry grows at its highest level for 18 months.

The rising construction industry needs more skilled workers.

There is a rising demand for construction workers in all trades as the construction sector accelerated in growth in the last month.

The construction output in the UK has speed up over the last few months after a slow start to 2017 and now they are looking to meet housebuilding targets. Companies are being encouraged to hire more staff in all trades as there is so much work.

Workers in all the construction trades are needed and with the skills shortage ongoing in the industry, more people will be encouraged to retrain. From Plasterers to Carpenters, workers are needed in all areas of the construction industry.

A demand in the industry for workers is a fantastic opportunity for people to start a new career in the construction industry. The rising demand means that workers will be needed across the UK on building sites.

During May, the construction sector was on the rise and hit its highest level for 18 months. More people are being employed as the growth in housebuilding has a steady rise.

Here at Able Skills we offer training courses in all construction trades. We offer the training needed to get NVQ’s for students looking to bridge the skills gap in the construction industry. As the industry   grows more workers will be needed to help deal with the demand of housebuilding. This is a perfect opportunity for our students who are looking for a career change.

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Many of our students that have taken the NVQ route in any of our courses have gone into work and began successful careers in construction. The opportunities are out there and we have the courses available to get you started.

If you are interested in training towards a new career, please contact us today on 0808 100 3245. We will be more than happy to help with any questions you may have.