Constructing Lives Together

Are you looking to build your career within the construction industry?

If you’re looking to gain a CSCS card, this is the place to access free training that is easier than ever to complete.

Our free 2-week courses will provide you with:

  • Re-employment skills
  • Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) certificates across a range of disciplines
  • Health and Safety in a Construction Environment Level 1
  • Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) card qualification.

Once you’ve completed your course, we will help you find opportunities within the sector.

If you're an employer, you can hire staff through this programme.

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Construction Industry Training Board (CITB): Constructing Lives Level 1

What is Constructing Lives Together?

Constructing Lives Together is delivered on a construction site, and gives you the opportunity to gain the skills, knowledge and qualifications, needed to work with some of the biggest construction companies in the region.

It also offers employability support, to help prepare you for life on site, and for you to ace your job interviews!

Why Should I Sign Up for a Course?

We can help you build a long and successful career in the industry, within your two-week course.

Not only can we provide you with the critical skills needed, but we can also introduce you to employers that are wanting to hire people like you.

Where do you offer training?

Our training is delivered onsite, across the south west. We’re currently delivering training in Weston, Bristol and Exeter.

Who Can Access Support Through Constructing Lives Together?

Whether you’re unemployed, thinking of a career change or just starting out, Constructing Lives Together can provide you with the relevant training needed, free of charge.


If you'd like to find out more, fill in the form below and a member of the team will be in touch:

Project Partners:

Willmott Dixon logo - Constructing Lives Together         CITB logo - Constructing Lives Together          Weston College logo - Constructing Lives Together

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