A six-week program consisting of;

Theory and Practical elements of Property Maintenance including basic Brickwork, Joinery and Electrical work. This will be supported by an Employability element and delivery of the underpinning knowledge to attain a CSCS card which will allow the candidate to work on a Construction Site.In addition, there will be Maths and English sessions to prepare the candidates for the subjects that will be part of their Apprenticeship Frameworks or Full-Time Courses whichever is most suitable. It will be delivered over two separate days between 09:00 and 17:45.

You will learn to be able to work safely within the Construction Industry, and to learn some basic skills relating to working with timber, basic brickwork, basic electrics and tiling etc

We have fully equipped workshops and classrooms and staff with the relevant industry knowledge.

The skills and knowledge acquired will support the candidate in securing an entry level position with either a Property Maintenance department or with a Construction company.

Either a Full-Time course or an Apprenticeship in any of the Construction Trades 
Demonstration of good behaviour and a desire to work within the Motor Vehicle Industry and an awareness of the Health and Safety requirements for working in a Workshop environment.
Free of Charge.


Construction Apprentice or Labourer.  Minimum wage  National Careers Advice

Study Programme

All students at Oldham College will participate in a personalised study programme that will maximise your potential and enable you to progress onto employment, apprenticeships or higher education.

This means you will:

  • Study a core qualification in a vocational discipline and continue to develop your English and Maths skills through functional skills, GCSE resits and the option of Level 3 qualifications
  • Participate in meaningful work experience
  • Enjoy a range of enrichment opportunities e.g. basketball, archery, skiing and sign language
  • Take part in dedicated tutorial sessions to review your progress and development