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Employers and College Showcase Construction Careers to Local Schools

Almost 500 students from local secondary and primary schools tried their hands at a range of construction skills during a have-a-go event designed to inspire the tradesmen and women of the future.

New College Stamford teamed up with South Lincolnshire Group Training Association (SLGTA) and a wealth of local and regional employers from the construction industry, to offer local school pupils the opportunity to explore a variety of technical, professional and trade career opportunities available within the construction industry.

320 primary school and 170 secondary school students took part in a range of have-a-go activities including building with recyclable materials, cable-stayed bridge building, operating hydraulics and plant machinery, road construction and surveying. Alongside tradition skills such as plastering, tiling and joinery.

Gary McPartland, Director for Technical and Creative Industries at New College Stamford said: “Over the next five years the construction industry will need to recruit over 220,000 additional people to meet the skills challenge. It is important we sustain the future economy and give young people a taste of the different trades available to them in the professional and technical construction industries”.

“As well as having lots of fun, we hope that inviting students to have a go themselves will give them insight into a career they may have not considered before”.

The hugely successful event is now in its 4th year, and celebrates the working relationships and collaboration of not only schools and colleges, but local employers, students and tutors who all engage with supporting and delivering activities to the future of our construction workforce.

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