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Learn and earn

If you’re thinking about an apprenticeship, it’s a great opportunity to learn while you earn, as well as gain recognised qualifications – such as our NHBC Construction Site Supervisor Level 4. We also provide bespoke in-house site academy training. Some of our current apprentices also work within our office support, finance and people teams.

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Co-created with industry experts and leading house builders, this apprenticeship will see you spending one day a week, throughout the whole year and not restricted by traditional term times widely used at present - studying for a formal qualification alongside your employment. There are ten modules delivered virtually by a residential construction-focused NHBC training professional over 62 weeks – so you can learn no matter where you’re based in the UK. The course content focuses on new-builds and meets the requirements of apprenticeship standard ST0048.At the end of this apprenticeship, you’ll have an industry-recognised Level 4 qualification in Site Supervision and relevant CSCS card, ready to hit the ground running.


We will discuss with you how you want your career to develop and will provide the support you need. You will be setting objectives that will provide clarity and purpose and a development plan that provides the right level of development for you at your stage of your career. You will be joining a company that develops individuals careers, provides all the necessary support within a culture that has strong family values.

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We don’t currently have any vacant apprenticeship positions but we will be adding some shortly. Please check back soon to find out what positions we are recruiting for.

Oliver Groundworks Apprentice

This has been the best decision I have made because I learnt a lot whilst doing my apprenticeship and I continue to learn about the industry and its demands after a year of finishing my course. Every day is different. Even if it is doing the same job, there is always something slightly different. Working outside in the fresh air is also a bonus (especially in the summer) and the relationships that you make with people on site every day, having the banter with each other makes the day much better!

Oliver Round, Groundworks Apprentice
Jess Simms groundworks apprentice

My dad works in the construction industry so I have grown up around it and I knew it was something I wanted to do too. Every day is something different, so it doesn’t get tedious. I also love driving the plant machinery!

Jess Simms, Groundworks Apprentice
taryn trainee estimator

Whilst going through school it was not on my agenda to work in construction – probably naively not knowing the variety of roles involved. Having started a degree at Loughborough Uni. I decided that it wasn`t for me and that I would prefer to study whilst working, so applied for a higher apprenticeship in surveying. I am currently studying part time at Wolverhampton Uni. whilst working as a trainee estimator. I love the variety of projects that we are asked to measure and price. No two days are the same.

Taryn Grant, Trainee Estimator
Bhavan Singh Minhas it service desk apprentice

I was very pro active with my job search and regularly viewed job opportunities on various jobsites. I came across the opportunity on Indeed which was directly linked to a training provider. I enjoy working for the company; it’s a very warm and welcoming business. I enjoy fixing IT issues whether this may be in the office or out on site. You get to see the construction industry from a different perspective when out in the field.

Bhavan Singh Minhas, IT Service Desk Apprentice
Nathan apprentice

After completing a Level 3 in College; I combined my interest in construction and began scouting for opportunities. My job is very enjoyable, I’m learning many aspects of the construction industry; this is achieved by engaging with the wider teams, spending time on site and constantly liaising with our supply chain. It’s also been a great opportunity to be enrolled onto a university course, being able to apply the knowledge acquired to real life scenarios while earning at the same time.

Nathan Cadman, Apprentice Buyer
Max Apprentice Trainee Quantity Surveyor

I didn’t know much about the opportunities in the office, but I had a small knowledge on site-based opportunities due to my dad being in construction. I love helping build homes that make me proud to work in construction and making people happy with their new homes.

Max Robinson, Trainee Quantity Surveyor

The 5% Club Gold Membership

As part of Tara Group, Cameron Homes are very proud to have been awarded a Gold accredited membership via The 5% Club’s 2022-23 Employer Audit Scheme. This award recognises our significant contribution to the continued development of our employees through earn & learn schemes such as Apprenticeships and Graduate programmes.

We are proud of our investment in our people, which is why we joined The 5% Club. The 5% Club is a great initiative for employers all of whom are inspired to take positive action for increased, inclusive, and accessible workplace training for all.

We will continue to support our people through the Tara Academy, training and personal development and are looking forward to introducing further apprentices and graduates through our early talent programme.

5% club gold membership