On the 17 November, Electrical Installations Level 2 and Level 3 students attended the London Build 2022 construction exhibition in Kensington Olympia. The award-winning event is viewed as one of the best construction exhibitions in the world with over 500 speakers across eight stages and more than 350 exhibitors.

The exhibition was a great opportunity for the students to learn more about the construction industry and make excellent connections with companies such as Schneider Electric, Zaptec and Parklive; particularly learning about the latest developments within electric vehicle charging technology.

Overall, the students really appreciated and enjoyed the buzzing atmosphere. It motivated them to excel in their course and realise the wide range of opportunities with the construction industry.

 

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