Groundworker level 2
What is a Business Administrator?
A groundworker is a construction professional who prepares areas in readiness for, during and after construction has taken place. Groundworkers are usually the first trade on any given site and the last to leave, creating the landscaping (the good bit). They carry out a host of operations to enable super-structure construction to commence. These tasks would include the initial site strip, setting out of foundations, excavating the foundations, concreting and drainage along with sub-structure to roads and such like.
Who is the Apprenticeship aimed at?
Those who are already in the groundworks sector with no formal qualification and those embarking on a career in groundworks. Our construction apprenticeships are an excellent way of showing you have the knowledge already or want to learn.
Details of the Apprenticeship:
Apprentices will demonstrate an understanding of the core knowledge in relation to groundworks along with the skills and behaviours required to be fully competent in one of the industry’s most dangerous activities.
The apprenticeship will typically take 21 months to complete including End Point Assessment (EPA).
Practical groundwork training will be given at the purpose-built training centre which forms part of the Lindum Group, along with on-site assessment.
The benefits to an organisation:
Hiring an apprentice or developing existing staff is a pro-active and efficient way for any company to expand, improve company profiles and ensure that talent continues to be found in the construction industry in core areas
The benefits to an Apprentice & career progression routes:
Some areas of groundworks require certain qualifications. As a groundworks apprentice you could expand on existing skill sets by completing additional training that could include heavy plant operative, demolition, etc.