Erasmus Plus mobility in the construction sector

The construction and civil engineering professions offer Erasmus Plus internship opportunities in companies. Find out more about the main sectors.

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Discover Erasmus Plus internship opportunities in the construction and public works sector


This sector includes a variety of trades related to tiling, bricklaying, electrical work, building painting, carpentry, joinery and plumbing.

 

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Tiling

The main task of the tiler is to clad the walls and floors of different types of buildings with various materials, such as natural stone, earthenware, marble and slate. An internship will enable apprentices to develop new techniques in a foreign country.

 

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Masonry

The smooth running of a construction site depends entirely on the work of the mason. They ensure that regulations and standards are respected and use a wide variety of materials such as concrete, wood and stone. An internship abroad will enable the apprentice to develop new techniques.

 

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Electricity

The professional installs cables, sockets and other electrical panels and then carries out tests after defining the correct locations. An internship abroad in this field will enable young apprentices to discover new methods in a foreign language.

 

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Paint for buildings

The professional prepares and follows up refurbishment and finishing projects. In these cases, he/she manages the supply of materials. An internship in this field will enable young apprentices to discover new techniques in a foreign country.

 

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Carpentry

The carpenter’s main occupation is woodworking. He repairs, manufactures and installs wardrobes, stairs and parquet floors. They are quite versatile professionals. An internship in this field will allow young apprentices to discover new techniques in a foreign country.

 

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Plumbing

The professional works in private homes, on construction sites or in companies. Often, the plumber is also a heating engineer. They collect and study the plans provided by the architects. An internship abroad allows the apprentice to develop new skills.

 

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Cabinetmaking

The role of the cabinetmaker is to follow the different stages of a project from conception to completion. They also restore antique wooden furniture. An internship in this field will allow the apprentice to discover new methods in a foreign country.

 

Frequently asked questions about traineeships in the construction sector


Why do an internship abroad in the construction sector?

First of all, an internship abroad will allow trainees to discover new things and new methods specific to the foreign country. In addition, it will be a valuable experience on the CV.

 

Is it possible to go abroad during a mobility period even if you do not necessarily speak the language of the host country well?

Not all trainees who come to do an internship abroad with Espamob speak the language of the host country perfectly and that doesn’t mean that the mobility doesn’t go well. It is precisely an experience like this that will help you get to know the language better and discover the job you like abroad.

 

What is the minimum and maximum duration of mobility in the construction and civil engineering trades?

The minimum duration of a mobility in the construction and civil engineering sectors is two weeks. Traineeships usually last between two and four weeks, but can vary. Longer mobilities of up to six months are also possible.

 

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