Our Construction courses make use of our purpose-built facilities at Aldershot College, which offers a high-quality facility, with modern purpose built workshops for students to learn and practise in.
Aldershot College opened in Holder Road in September 2005, and received its official ‘Topping Out’ Ceremony in December of that year.
Paul Bevan, Chief Executive of the South East Regional Assembly, placed a commemorative plaque as the final piece in the brickwork before John Barton, from property refurbishers ROK, handed over a key to the building to Martin Earwicker, Chairman of the College’s Corporation Board at that time.
Aldershot College provides vital trade skills to prepare students for employment within the industry, with courses and apprenticeships in bricklaying, carpentry, electrical installation and plumbing.
The College also has an onsite library and a refectory offering hot food and snacks.
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