Training and Employment

HBSL has a 25 year track record of employing, training and developing local people in order to further the businesses aims and objectives. We recognise that our employees are the lifeblood of the company and are by far our most important asset. For this reason we have invested our time and money into producing a qualified workforce from which our managers of the future can be identified and developed.


At HBSL we are totally committed to training, developing and rewarding our people in line with industry best practice.
One of our core values is respect for people. As an equal opportunities employer, we ensure that all opportunities are open to all sections of the community and we actively promote teamwork and openness throughout the company.
In addition, we are always seeking quality tradesmen and site personnel to join our ever expanding team.
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HBSL Construction is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity and to developing a culture where people are valued and respected from all sections of society, we therefore oppose any form of discrimination in the service delivery, employment practice and opportunities for participation.

Training and Development

HBS are proud of our heritage for recruiting and developing local people, offering work placed opportunities and providing them with a skills for life.
However, working in partnership with our various clients during the last five years, our entire trainee intake has been through a variety of locally based initiatives, many of which have been designed to target groups who have traditionally been under-represented within the construction industry.
As well as formal training, all HBSL’s site based employees hold an appropriate CSCS Card in their chosen trade. Staff receive an average of 4 days training per year, and undergo annual appraisals to agree individual tailored development plans.
HBSL continue to work with local schools and colleges to raise awareness of the opportunities within our industry.