Work experience opportunities for the Teens Unite organisation

A conscious effort is being made by the industry to reach out to children and encourage them to consider a future in the construction industry.

These efforts have taken many forms, including going into schools, offering careers advice, and taking on graduates and apprentices to work onsite. All of these are positive steps to engage the younger generation.

A number of sites, however, have approached the younger generation in a different way:

  • Work experience opportunities and placements were provided for the Teens Unite organisation, for teenagers who had missed long periods of schooling through illness.

Such methods draw in new skills, which are vital to secure the success of the construction industry in the future.

For more information on the Teens Unite organisation, please click below.

Teens Unite Website


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First visit Monitor Report, RG Group, Cambridge, June 2014


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