Apprenticeships Tailored To You

Our apprenticeships are designed to give you practical, hands-on experience in your chosen trade, whether it be carpentry, bricklaying, multi trades or other construction work. We work with some of the best construction companies in the UK, ensuring that you receive top-quality training and gain valuable industry experience.

Our apprenticeships are also flexible, allowing you to fit your training around your work and personal commitments. We understand that everyone has different learning styles and needs, which is why we offer a range of training options, including online training, on-site assessments, and one-to-one support from our experienced assessors.

At Multi Trades Training, we pride ourselves on being a supportive and approachable team. We’re always on hand to answer your questions, provide guidance when needed, and help you to achieve your career goals.

So if you’re looking for a fresh approach to apprenticeships, get in touch with us today. We’d be delighted to discuss your options and help you take the first step towards a bright and rewarding future in the construction industry.

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Our mobile training workshop is equipped with all the necessary tools and equipment to provide you with a comprehensive learning experience. Our qualified trainers and assessors will visit your site, minimising disruption to your work schedule.

We understand that attending college can be time-consuming and expensive, which is why we offer on-site assessments and online training to save you both time and money. Our approach to apprenticeship training is designed to be flexible and accessible, ensuring that you can learn at your own pace and in a way that suits you.

At Multi Trades Training, we’re committed to reducing the fuss and hassle associated with apprenticeship training. We believe that learning a trade should be an enjoyable and rewarding experience, which is why we provide all the support and guidance you need to succeed.

If you’re looking for an apprenticeship training provider that puts your needs first, look no further than Multi Trades Training. Contact us today to find out more about our apprenticeship programmes and how we can help you achieve your career goals.

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What Is An Apprenticeship?

An agreement between you and an employer to learn a trade and further your career prospects whilst working alongside other trades people, which can take 18 months to 4 years dependent on your choice apprenticeship.

During your apprenticeship, you will learn practical skills along with the theory knowledge of how to carry out and complete required tasks in your chosen profession.

What Are The Entry Requirements?

You will need a minimum of a E grade (or equivalent) in English and maths for an intermediate apprenticeship. You will need a minimum of a C grade (or equivalent) for an advanced apprenticeship.

Is There An Age Limit To Apprenticeships?

You must be 16 years of age to start an apprenticeship, but there is no upper age limit. However, you need to be learning new Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours.

Will I Have To Attend College?

No – our apprenticeships can be completed with you and your employer at your place of work and through blended online learning.

How Do I Find An Apprenticeship?

Send a CV along with a cover letter requesting apprenticeship opportunities to all your local employers (if you click here it will take you to a website where you can design your CV for free)

You can also look at the Find an Apprenticeship service website by clicking here.

What Will This Lead Too?

This will make you work ready to continue in your employment within your company.

  • Hold the necessary qualification to apply for a Blue Skilled Worker CSCS card to allow you to work on construction sites.
  • be able to progress onto a more advanced qualification if you wish to do so.

How Long Do Construction Apprenticeships Last?

The time it takes to complete a construction apprenticeship varies with the different level of training.

  • Intermediate Level 2 is from 12-36 months
  • Advanced Level 3 is a minimum of 12 months
  • Higher level 4/5 is from 2-4 years


How Much Do Construction Apprentices Make?

A construction apprenticeship is a great opportunity to earn whilst you learn and gain hands on experience. Wages can vary depending on the company you are employed by. Find below the national minimum wage.

It may also be worth taking into consideration the level of apprenticeship and location in which it is based. For example an apprentice based in London may earn more because of travel and living costs.

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We offer on site apprenticeships training. This can save you a days pay not having to attend college. Click Here to contact us to discuss how we can help you.