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Week 1 summary

A final round-up of the week's learning on this two-week course on construction
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Hopefully you’ve enjoyed the course so far and learnt a few things to help you decide whether a career in construction might be for you.

Next week we build on what we have learnt already, exploring the routes into construction and what you can expect in terms of career progression. We also investigate professional jobs in construction as well as look at the potential to run your own business.

Gaining your digital credential from City & Guilds

You are halfway towards eligibility for a digital credential from City & Guilds that you can use to prove your training. With your course complete, you can then start searching for job opportunities, armed with the learning you need to support your transition into an exciting new career.

Over to you

Before moving on, let’s reflect on this week.

  • What did you enjoy the most?
  • What surprised you?
  • What do you hope to learn in the second part of the course?

Share your thoughts with other learners, and we will see you next week.

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