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We have enjoyed some great exposure at this year’s London Build Exhibition organised at the Olympia London, on 27 – 28 November.
CDC has been the only construction training provider with a stand at this year’s most influential construction show for London, with two busy days of free advice, professional support, course registrations and sweets!
From left to right:
Caesar Fodor – Marketing Manager
Ramona Salciuc – Office Manager
Sharon Booth – Apprenticeships Manager
Andreea Muntean – Financial Director
Andrei Muntean – Managing Director
CDC is a nationwide construction apprenticeships training provider specializing in NVQ on-site assessments, CITB Site Supervisors & Management Courses, Health & Safety Courses, First Aid, 18th Edition for Electricians, and CSCS/ECS Cards for the industry.
Rated #1 on Trustpilot, we have provided high standards training to both Tier 1 Contractors in the sector but also to individuals.
On the Department of Education (DfE)’s Register of Apprenticeships Training Providers (RoATP), we are now fully accredited to deliver funded apprenticeships training at our new, state of the art training facility in Hemel Hempstead.
We’re looking forward to exhibiting again at London Build 2020.
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