SECBE

Want an Apprentice but can’t eat a whole one… why not share?

CoTrain helps Contractors to meet training targets on short-term developments and schemes. Contractors can ‘host’ an apprenticeship placement for an agreed period of time (minimum of 16 weeks) providing the help you need only when you need it. Click here to find out more.

Employment & Skills Plans (ESPs) in the public sector

The Office for National Statistics projects the UK's population will rise from 66m in 2017 to 73m by 2041. Work needs to be done now to train up a future workforce in order to keep up with demands on our infrastructure, housing, education, health and highways. Click here to find out how Local Authorities are tackling this issue…

Case studies

Click here to read about our apprentices and the Contractors hosting their apprenticeship training….

Recent News

Dandara and CoTrain - a shared apprenticeship in action
10 September 2019
Case study with Dandara
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Employee Assistance Programme launch
10 September 2019
The health & wellbeing of all our employees is at the core of SECBE's CoTrain programme and embedded in its culture.
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CoTrain now offers apprenticeships in Interior Systems
10 September 2019
We are pleased to announce the availability of apprenticeships in Interior Systems through our training Partner in West London.
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Our Blog

Apprenticeship Initiative SECBE Awards 2019 finalist - Crest Nicholson
16 April 2019
sponsored by CoTrain
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Apprenticeship Initiative SECBE Awards 2019 finalist - Lee Marley & Brooklands College
16 April 2019
sponsored by CoTrain
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Apprenticeship Initiative SECBE Awards 2019 finalist - Peter Brett
16 April 2019
sponsored by CoTrain
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Future Events

Milton Keynes Construction Networking Breakfast November 2019
05 November 2019
Brasserie Blanc, Chelsea House, 301 Avebury Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 2GA
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Cladding design after Grenfell
12 November 2019
ALUK Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London EC2A 2BH
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CE Oxford Seminar - Constructing Relevance for the Country House in the 21st Century
13 November 2019
Colin Matthew Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford
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