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Enfield Construction Skills Academy

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London has partnered with Enfield Council and Countryside Partnerships to create an Academy providing construction training for the Meridian Water regeneration project.

Through a combination of intelligent design inspired by local heritage, materials and landscape and with a well-executed social value strategy developed in collaboration with the local community. Our Enfield Construction Skills Academy provides skills, training and ultimately employment opportunities for the local community.

The Enfield Construction Skills Academy also provides pre-construction and Construction Skills Certification Card (CSCS) training and apprenticeships in brickwork, plumbing, carpentry and electrical installation to upskill students to progress onto careers in construction.

At this centre, you can study Technical Vocational qualifications (BTECs, Diplomas, City & Guilds, etc) in these subjects:

Find out more about our Enfield Construction Skills Academy including contact details, directions and news stories below!

Ready to apply? Applications for September 2024 are now open. Don’t miss out!


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Contact Details

Leeside Road,
N17 0XR

0207 832 5000 (Press option 3)

Transport Links and Directions

Our Enfield Construction Skills Academy is a brand new centre and has its own location that is separate from our Enfield and Tottenham centres. Please see the transport links and directions below.

Buses: 192, 341 Tesco (1 Glover Drive, London N18 3HF). If you head onto Meridian Way cross over the road toward the Meridian Water train station, go up the stairs and go past the station entrance on your right go down the flight of stairs and follow the path this will lead to the Skills Academy which will be on your left.

Overground: Meridian Water Train station (N18 3HF). If travelling by train you can use the Greater Anglia train to Meridian Water Station which can be picked up from Tottenham Hale or Stratford. Once at the station come out of the station entrance turn right, down the flight of stairs and follow the path and it will lead to the skills academy on the left.

Enfield Construction Skills Academy: The entrance to the skills academy is on Leeside Road, Tottenham, London, N17 0XR turn into the Vistry/ Countryside building site entrance and the skills academy is on the left. For the Google Street View of the Academy please click the Google link here.

Enfield Construction Skills Academy
Enfield Construction Skills Academy
Enfield Construction Skills Academy

Helping Londoners get jobs in the construction industry

Learn all the relevant skills to develop a career in construction focusing on new builds, with the ability to perform building work to a high standard safely by joining the Enfield Construction Skills Academy. The academy provides additional training alongside an apprenticeship or study, using the college’s purpose-built workshop.

When you join the Enfield Construction Skills Academy, you get access to:

  • Onsite training and paid work experience
  • Pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship opportunities
  • Mentoring
  • Skills development

Benefits of Studying at College

  • A bigger choice of qualifications and pathways
  • A huge range of subjects
  • Students are treated like adults
  • Make new friends
  • Industry experienced teachers
  • Fantastic enrichment and support
  • Career support and guidance
  • State-of-the-art facilities

Through the Enfield Construction Skills Academy, you will learn how to:

  • Use relevant tools, including power tools, to complete construction tasks to a high standard and comply with safety procedures
  • Skills in brickwork, plumbing, carpentry, and electrical installation
  • Carry out routine inspections
  • Identify risks and hazards
  • Read and work with floorplans, blueprints, and drawings

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