Work Experience at Connolly Scaffolding

Work experience is a great way to give candidates an insight in to the work that we do, an opportunity to learn new skills, gain some practical hands on experience in the construction industry and an opportunity to understand the disciplines involved in the working environment.

Work placements can be office based including , business administration, customer care, sales etc.
Work placements are also offered on site with Keepmoat engineers and our subcontractors.

Key Features

Sales Centre
Emma Crilly joined Keepmoat Homes sales team in the newly opened sales centre to gain 8 weeks hands on experience.

Business administration
Laurice Kenge joined Keepmoat Homes to gain an insight in to the work involved as a business administrator in our Salford Quays Office.

Anthony Calero and Conrad Anderson Joined Keepmoat Homes subcontractor Connolly’s to gain an insight in the wok involved as a scaffolder.

Ground Worker
Jake Collins Joined Keepmoat Homes to get an insight in to the work involved out on site as a labourer.
The benefits of Work experience Work experience provides many benefits, giving candidates skills and experience that will allow them to stand out to potential employers as well as helping them choose the right sector to work in.

Work experience is an important part of becoming workplace-ready, building useful skills that cannot be taught in the classroom as well as contacts that candidates otherwise would not be exposed to.
Employers will always looks favourably on the effort taken by those who have done work experience

Soft skills
Work experience equips candidates with certain soft skills such as team working, communication skills and commercial awareness, all of which are sought after by employers.

More information

For more information regarding work experience at Connolly Scaffolding, please contact us on 0161 886 4910.

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