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K10 Apprenticeship provide an exciting route into the world of work. Are you a school leaver, career changer or career starter? K10 have a wide range of opportunities available for you to kick-start your career in construction while earning and learning.

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What do K10 Apprenticeships involve?

K10 Apprenticeships involve a work-based learning programme which combine on the job training and academic study! Do you prefer hands on learning? This could be the route for you! As an apprentice with K10 you’ll become equipped with in demand skills, invaluable workplace experience and a nationally recognised qualification specific to your job role.

K10 apprenticeships

K10 offer a wide range of Apprenticeship opportunities, these include:

Electrical

As an apprentice you’ll be responsible for planning, preparing and installing wire systems and electrical equipment, identifying and correcting faults in electrical systems, inspecting, commissioning, certifying and testing electrotechnical systems and equipment.

Plumbing

As an apprentice you’ll be working on the installation and maintenance of domestic plumbing and heating systems, installing taps and fittings, connecting pipes, removing and installing baths, sinks, toilets and radiators, setting up central and gravity rainwater systems and using risk assessments.

Carpentry

As an apprentice you’ll be installing doors and windows, erecting roofs, learning how to use carpentry equipment such as saws, drills, biscuit jointers or disc cutters.

Dry Lining

As an apprentice you’ll be building internal ceilings and walls. This will include two stages:

Fixing stage – measuring, cutting and installing stud work

Finishing stage – Sealing, taping, skimming and sanding

Painting and Decorating

As an apprentice you’ll be learning how to prepare surfaces prior to decoration, how to apply paint and wallpaper using different techniques and equipment and working safely at all times.

Construction Operative

As an apprentice you could be ground working, form working, steel fixing or steel piling while expanding your knowledge of building methods and materials being used.

Business Administration

As an apprentice you’ll be ensuring that office duties run smoothly by completing reception duties, organising meetings and travel, learning how to use databases and office equipment.

Quantity Surveying

As an apprentice you’ll learn how to manage costs of projects, from estimated costs through to costs of materials your job will be to ensure projects are completed within or below budget.

Site Manager

As an apprentice you’ll be ensuring that work is carried out safely, meets deadline and budgets while also ensuring it is completed to the right quality standards.

K10 apprenticeships

During your Apprenticeship with K10 you’ll develop a sound understanding of the construction industry while building your knowledge and working alongside industry experts who will help you to achieve your true potential. You’ll also be offered a wide range of support from your employer and learning mentor who will help you to develop through exposure to academic and practical training.

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