Construction is one of the biggest industries in the UK, covering bricklaying, carpentry, joinery, painting and decorating, electrical installation, plumbing, and other building services. CONEL is recognised as one of the leading providers of training in the country, becoming one of the Mayor of London’s Construction Academy hubs in 2019. We have worked with employers such as Kier and Berkeley Group to create custom-designed, work-based training and professional development programmes that will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary to carve out a career in the construction industry.
On our courses, you are guaranteed practical work experience with top London construction companies and to have progression opportunities and advice from expert staff and industry specialists.
Career options at a glance include:
We also run a range of free short courses to help you gain new skills and decide if studying in this area is for you.
This apprenticeship is a recognised route to gain an industry accepted qualification that will help you work safely and professionally in the electrotechnical industry. It will help train you, and develop your skills but also help you to understand the industry and the businesses sector you would be working in.
This qualification will provide you with the skills needed to work professionally in Dry-Lining and will prepare you for further learning, training and employment in the construction industry.
This apprenticeship is ideal if you have already completed the Level 2 qualification, or have some relevant experience and knowledge and want to enhance your existing skills.
The Level 2 apprenticeship standard for the Property Maintenance Operative is ideal for you if you are already working in this area of construction and wish to enhance your skills.
This level 2 apprenticeship will help enhance and develop your skills in using timber products to create and install building components.
The advanced apprenticeship will allow you to manage the working environment for an organisation’s employees, services and buildings with competency and professionalism.
On this apprenticeship will learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the facilities sector. You will also gain an industry recognised qualification giving you many options for the future.
As a Housing/Property Management Assistant Apprentice you will learn about legislation and regulation in the property management sector as well as exploring the business plans, policies and range of services your organisation offers.
The Surveying Technician Apprenticeship is designed as an entry level position into surveying and will typically take 2 years to complete.