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Apprentice Week 2020

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Have you ever thought about becoming an apprentice in construction?

There are many ways you can get into it, through school or college or even just applying for the job. 



To celebrate #NationalApprenticeWeek we headed onto one of our sites in Bangor to see if we could spot some apprentices working hard on site.

Of course, as you can see most of them were camera shy but it was good to meet them and show some of the different skills that it takes to build our houses at Lagan Homes.


Electrician – Baille

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Baille went from school to tech and is currently on an apprenticeship with Matt Thompson Electrical Contractors.


Kitchen Fitter – Jonathan 

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Like Baille, Jonathan also went to tech after school and is on an apprenticeship with Andrew Piper Carpentry and Joinery.


Painter – Chris 

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Chris began his apprenticeship with Alan Brown Painting and Decorating after seeing the job advertisement and applied for it directly.


And last but not least...

Bricklayer – Tyran 

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Tyran applied directly with MN Bricklaying for his apprenticeship.


As you can see there is more than one way to get into construction through an apprenticeship. 


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