Coreus were honoured to have Helen Mason represent SMEs and #womeninconstruction at this round table Construction discussion with Boris Johnson, alongside Taylor Wimpey plc, Mi-space (UK) Ltd and Travis Perkins plc. As a young, vibrant company committed to recruiting and training future talent we see Apprentices as a huge part of our growth plans.

This initiative, which puts Apprentices and skills training at the heart of the UK’s recovery post coronavirus, is very welcome. It will not only help the Construction industry to build back better but will also support young people and adults to gain the skills they need to progress whilst addressing the growing skills gap too.

Thank you Exeter College for having us!

Helen Mason, Director of Enabling Services said:

“It was an absolute privilege to be asked by Exeter College to meet with Boris Johnson to discuss careers in construction. In order for the Construction sector to thrive, it is critical that we have a skilled workforce available. Apprentices will be a massive contribution to this – not just school leavers and graduates but also those switching from other industries severely impacted by COVID-19”