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Creating opportunities for young people wherever they live

Many young people lack opportunities because of where they live. Choose a career in construction and the world can open up for you. From bricklaying to joinery, electrical to plastering, these are skills that the world needs and once you’ve gained them, you’ve got them for life.

Apprenticeships are the best way to get your first foot on the construction career ladder, and whether you’re a 16-year-old school leaver or looking to retrain we are here to guide you through the process and get your construction career started.

Hudson Contract is proud to have sponsored 170 apprentices since 2011.

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Why choose a construction appretnticeship

Why choose a construction apprenticeship?

Our 10 reasons should help make your mind up.

How to start your construction apprenticeship journey

Getting started

We will help you with how to apply for your apprenticeship in construction.

Construction apprenticeship funding

Funding for apprenticeships

All the details on the latest government funding for employers and how to find extra help with the costs.

What you could be earning per week in the future

Bricklaying

Bricklayer

£937

Electrician

Electrician

£1,139

Plasterer

Plasterer

£813

civil engineering

Civil Engineer

£872

Plumbing

Plumber

£978

Figures from Hudson Contract’s monthly pay trend data

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We’re here to help

We want to build on our history of supporting apprenticeships and help in recruiting the next generation into the construction industry. So whether you are school leaver or a construction business looking for details about apprenticeships we hope this website will help you on your journey.

Construction is an ageing population and we all need to act now to make a difference.

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