Q : Where do you hold your training courses?
A : We hold our training courses in London and West Midlands.
Q : After completing the Structure course will I be offered a job in site engineering?
A : If you have relevant education or site experience, through our vast contacts in the Industry we can guarantee successful Students a job offer in site engineering in the London area.
Q : How many students per course?
A : Maximum of 8 students per course. Other trainers have 14 students per course, this results in poor training of equipment, we keep our course sizes to maximum of 8 so each student can have 1 to 1 training with equipment.
Q : Good Career move?
A : Yes, Site Engineering is a great career to be in.
Work is split between office & site, you are always on the move and it can be very exciting to see an entire building constructed through your work.
There is always work for a site engineer either at home or abroad.
Engineers can expect to earn over £25 per hour in the UK, if you have your own total station you can earn £30 per hour.
In the mines in Australia Engineers are currently earning over $4000 per week.
Q : Do Structure students’ progress well in site engineering?
A : Yes, Many of our past students have gone on to become Senior engineers in the UK and abroad.
Structure students have an advantage over University qualified engineers Because of our less fuss more efficient techniques in engineering.
Q : Will I be provided with all course work and notes.
A : Yes, All students will be given required course material and notes which can be used During the students career.
Q : Will other companies hire me after completing the Structure course.
A : Yes, With our advanced setting-out techniques and you having even a small construction background, construction companies will be happy to employ you.