Construction Project Management Apprenticeship

Have you ever considered that Project Managers aren't always called Project Managers? Discover how your staff could excel with a project management apprenticeship.

Owen Piddock

This webinar is perfect for employers who want to upskill their staff, futureproof their business and get ahead of the project management skills gap, affecting the construction and manufacturing sector.


12:00 - 12:45
Wed 12 June 2024


Free to attend


Learn from a renowned expert, Owen Piddock who has over 10 years of experience in managing projects. Deepen your understanding of apprenticeships and their value and develop the project management skills of your team.

Discover how Project Managers are not always called Project Managers!

Introducing the Level 4 Associate Project Manager qualification

Our Level 4 Associate Project Manager (APM) apprenticeship is perfect for those already employed in the construction and manufacturing sector.

Develop and enhance the project management skills that your staff already use every day!

We have designed the programme in partnership with specialist project management practitioners who work across the public, private and third sector on a daily basis supporting and managing large, complex projects.

Realise are proud to also have our Level 4 APM qualification accredited by the Association for Project Management.

Join our FREE webinar!

Join us for a FREE webinar on 12th June 2024 at 12pm, led by the brilliant Owen Piddock, a highly regarded speaker and Programme Manager in project management.

Who is this for?

This webinar is perfect for employers in the construction and manufacturing sector, looking to upskill their staff who already manage projects.

What you will gain…


  1. How to know if your employees are already managing projects
  2. An understanding of what an apprenticeship is and why to consider one for your employees
  3. Insight into the 3 fundamental elements of any project management process

About our presenter:

Passionate about apprenticeships and the benefits further education brings, Owen has over 10 years of experience in project management and apprenticeship delivery.

It’s time to bridge the project management skills gap

Manufacturing and construction are anticipated to be the most affected sectors by the global project management skills gap.

By 2030, the world will need 25 million new project managers to enter the workforce to keep up with demand.

Get ahead of the skills gap and upskill your workforce!