Construction management apprenticeships

Types of apprenticeships that you can apply for in the construction management sector.

The purpose of a higher apprenticeship in construction management is to create a progression route for professionals in the construction industry.

Training opportunities

According to annual recruitment figures, 3,200 construction managers are required every year. A certain level of physical fitness is expected with the position, this being a job where you are often require you to work outside in all weathers, and you could be asked to work both at height or underground.

Types of apprenticeships

You will need to have either completed a relevant advanced apprenticeship, or have a significant level of prior experience. Because of these high standards this course is not really suitable for candidates under 18, but is more for individuals with appropriate qualifications or who have been in the industry for a while and are looking to step up the career ladder.

Job roles:

Higher level apprenticeships - level 4:

  • site manager
  • project manager
  • site engineer

Higher level apprenticeships - level 5:

  • construction operations management
  • building and surveying technician
  • building services engineering technician
  • civil engineering technician

Higher level apprenticeships - level 6:

  • construction site manager
  • commercial manager
  • quantity surveyor
Published 14 March 2014