Suitable for individuals; Receiving JSA, ESA or Universal Credit (19+) not in education, employment or training (Under 25). To work in construction, you’ll need a CSCS card.
This Course runs for 5 short days from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm and includes: • 5-year CSCS ‘Green’ Card
• L1 Aware in Health & Safety
• Warehouse Course
• Employment Skills
The next course in Eastbourne starts on the 17th December 2018 and finishes on the 21st December 2018.
All candidates must get in touch with Moira Bailey first, so they can be booked on the course. 📞 07914 425733
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If you obtain your card within the next week (or if you already have a CSCS) card, we can offer you employment as a labourer with Eastbourne’s Beacon building programme.
Contact us via: 📞 07914 425733
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*In conversation with Juggie Pather*
84-year old Juggie Pather was born and bred in Clairwood township, Natal, one of the original Indian townships before the Group Areas Act came into force in 1955.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Juggie in Cape Town yesterday, where a question I asked is how the Indian population has managed to retain its culture and traditions so strongly over 150 years after first arriving to South Africa, despite being a minority ethnicity. Evidence usually suggests that over time a minority culture assimilates and adopts customs of the majority culture in a country.
However, with the Indian population in South Africa, a hardworking ethic and an attitude of increasing their opportunities stemmed from their culture and religion. Building temples, community centres, hospitals and schools, were just some of the ways the Indian community helped themselves. Their attitude was “If we are leaving our home country (India) and coming to an ‘alien’ land, poverty is not an option.” As such, thousands of indentured labourers lifted themselves out of poverty and today they are in many white collar professions.
A fascinating interview, one of my favourite thus far.
Work is well on its way on the new 400 West Georgia office development. Downtown Vancouvers new landmark tower designed by the talented team at OSO. The 24 storey building contains 350,000 square ft of office space which will have glass floors and a soaring 4 storey glass lobby. @hall_constructors is proud to be working with @ellisdoncorp on this incredible project. #buildonexcellence