Ability to make decisions, strong communication and people skills, plus good time management are key to Matilda May Beattie's role as an apprentice civil engineer at Lowry Building & Civil engineering.
The Construction Industry Training Board Northern Ireland has launched a new scheme to help match construction employers and prospective craft apprentices.
The construction of a new £40million campus for the Northern Regional College is set to create over 100 jobs.
Barry Neilson has worked his way up in the construction industry from an apprentice to a Chief Executive at Construction Industry Training Board Northern Ireland (CITB NI).
The Women in Construction Summit 2020 identified mentoring as a key area of development for women in the industry.
CIBT NI is encouraging students to consider a career in the construction industry.
Up to 20 apprentices are experiencing first class on-the-job training as part of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council's new £35 million leisure complex in Craigavon. Construction of the new leisure centre is being led by local construction and engineering firm Farrans.
A recent insight event gave 14 female school pupils the opportunity to learn about the different careers and roles in the construction industry.
SOUTH Eastern Regional College (SERC) is delivering a six-week construction training programme to help meet demand for skills in the industry.