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Partners

We collaborate with partners that share our commitment to increasing access to construction career opportunities for people who do not traditionally enter the industry or groups who are under-represented.

Funding and delivery partners have included Spectra First Ltd, delivery partner of the Care Leaver Covenant, Women in Construction, Portsmouth City Council, Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), Lewisham Construction Hub, the European Social Fund, Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) and Lambeth, Merton and Croydon FE Colleges.

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CURRENT PROJECTS

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SOCIAL VALUE

Using the National TOMs framework for Social Value as ‘the standard’, we measure the true social impact of all our work

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SUCCESS STORIES

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ONLINE TRAINING

We have a growing range of accredited online training courses and offer bulk discounts to employers and industry organisations, as well as expert facilitation services when needed

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We are extremely grateful for the support Building Pathways have provided to Merton and Carshalton colleges construction students. During a year where opportunities to engage with employers have been limited, our students have benefitted greatly from meeting employers virtually and gaining insight into the Construction Industry. The mentoring and additional support provided to an high needs learner, has seen him gain confidence and successfully achieve his Health & Safety certificate.

Angela Woolnough

Head of Employability at Merton College, South Thames Colleges Group

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We are extremely grateful for the support Building Pathways have provided to Merton and Carshalton colleges construction students. During a year where opportunities to engage with employers have been limited, our students have benefitted greatly from meeting employers virtually and gaining insight into the Construction Industry. The mentoring and additional support provided to an high needs learner, has seen him gain confidence and successfully achieve his Health & Safety certificate.

Angela Woolnough

Head of Employability at Merton College, South Thames Colleges Group

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Building Pathways have helped the students at Lambeth College to gain occupational insight and make informed choices about their skills needs through inspiring projects and placements. I would not hesitate to recommend them!

Clive Lissaman

Employer Engagement Manager, Lambeth College

We had three students; Electrician, Painter and Decorator and Plumber. All three men were keen to work, polite and punctual on a daily basis. We had positive feedback from the Trade Supervisors they were working with and the Voids and Maintenance Manager was very pleased with both their interest in learning and the quality of work the students carried out.

Building Pathways clearly work very hard to build relationships with colleges and local employers and they have made the process very easy on us. I look forward to continuing to work with them to provide more opportunities to local people.

Ayesha Wright

Continuous Improvement Coordinator, A&E Elkins Ltd

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Greater London Authority, @MayorofLondon and @EqualGroup are running a 3-day Recruitment Drive 27th-29th September for Black men aged 16-24 who are interested in a career in construction. If this is you, follow the link to find out more and sign up now eventbrite.co.uk/e/mayor-of-l…

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