“Joining WWA as an Assistant Project Manager in 2017, the past five years have been some of the most challenging and rewarding of my professional career. The scope of the project manager role is endless, I can genuinely say, no two days are ever the same!’
“Whilst working with WWA, I have been enrolled in a Construction Management Degree and am delighted to have reached my final year and can’t wait to continue to grow my Project Management skills.”.
“The Construction Industry offers many different career paths for young people. These can range from onsite trades such as a bricklaying, ground works and roofing to being predominantly office based, in consultancy roles such as Quantity Surveying, Project Management and Building Surveying.”.
“Construction is a rewarding industry to work in. We all spend the majority of our lives in and around the built environment and at one-stage this was a project. I have a part to play in influencing project outcomes for the better of which is incredibly satisfying”.
“So far my apprenticeship with WWA has been amazing. I have had a real mix of both on-site tasks and tasks in the office which has really boosted my knowledge as I am new to the construction industry.”
“I like the fact that with my apprenticeship I do study at least one day per week, but I also have a great deal of work to do that helps me to learn on the job.”