Construction Careers Weeks to inspire next generation of construction workers Our latest coverage in Planning and Building Control Today
Manchester construction firms encouraged to inspire next generation of workers Manchester construction firms encouraged to inspire next generation of workers Check out our latest coverage on the North West Business Desk
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If school engagement is on your list, but it’s proving more time-consuming or tricky than you thought, then help yourself to 99 Low-Cost Ideas for Schools Engagement that could boost your efforts you inpsire the next generation!
Why we need to change the narrative around construction – and how this could help fill the skills gap I was recently asked to write an article for Saint-Gobain, and you can see it here on the Multicomfort Saint-Gobain Website
As part of Construction Careers Week, BESS is very proud to be working with Slenky Shots. Founded in 2012, Slenky is a platform for young people. Their mission is to make it easier for young people to access real life opportunities, by helping them connect with leading brands and organisations. Slenky is a way for […]
A newsletter of lovely construction careers things. Your second monthly installment of construction careers goodness from across Birmingham and Solihull. Please feel free to share with your colleagues This Month includes: Birmingham Professional Services Week – did you miss all the action? Getting ready to go into schools and promote construction careers? Then help yourself […]
Construction Careers Week is coming to Birmingham, but you must register in advance to particpate. Why? Because, safeguarding…
News. Updates. All the good stuff. Lots has been happening in the world of BESS that could be of interest to you, so a monthly newsletter seemed like the sensible way to make sure nobody misses an opportunity. Please feel free to share with your colleagues This Month includes: * Construction Careers Week – it’s […]
Well, here’s your chance. If you had a direct link to careers advisers and teachers, how much could you do to influence the way they talk about construction careers to young people? Then you need to become an Enterprise Adviser!