7 Construction Skills you Need to Land a Job

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      It’s useful to list the full breadth of your skills on your resume. This will include your work experience, construction skills and formal qualifications, along with any of your stand-out personal skills. If you’re a strong communicator, confident in maths and literacy, enjoy assisting with the coordination of projects or have a strong interest in technology; be sure to highlight this in your resume.

      Continually improve your knowledge by learning from others, seeking new opportunities and upskilling. If there’s an area of the industry you’d like to learn more about or you’d like to take your knowledge to the next level; you could seek a formal qualification.

      Building and construction professionals should first and foremost be equipped with building and engineering knowledge. In addition, promising workers show strength in problem solving, communication, organisation, coordination, maths and literacy.

      There are a number of formal qualifications you can gain that will help you to advance in your building and construction career. You can review some qualifications here, however if you’re unsure which is the right fit for you, get in touch with the Skills Certified team today.

      We’re happy to discuss your goals and point you in the right direction. We can also help to determine your eligibility for recognition of prior learning (RPL), which could help you to achieve a qualification much faster.

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