Architectural technologists manage all stages of the technical design and planning process of building projects.
Shopfitters make and install fixtures and fittings in offices, restaurants, shops and bars.
Cycling coaches help riders develop their cycling technique and understand more about cycling.
Heating and ventilation engineers install and service heating and air conditioning in large buildings like factories, schools and hospitals.
Technical surveyors carry out tasks to support chartered surveyors, architects and engineers.
Boat builders carry out boat repairs and maintenance, refits and conversions, and build vessels from scratch.
Pipe fitters install industrial pipework, valves and pumps in factories, commercial premises and large buildings like power stations.
Cement makers turn raw materials like limestone into building products.
Computer-aided design (CAD) technicians use software to design buildings, machinery, goods and components.
Plasterers prepare walls and ceilings for decoration and finishing.
Tilers cover walls or floors with tiles, in areas like kitchens, bathrooms, shops, hotels and restaurants.
Building services engineers design, install and service equipment and systems in buildings like offices and shops.
Refrigeration and air-conditioning installers work on air quality and cooling systems in buildings and transport.
Wood machinists cut and prepare timber.
Electrical engineers design, build and maintain electrical systems, machinery and equipment.
Town planning assistants process planning applications, advise the public about regulations and carry out computer design work and office administration.
Roofers re-slate and tile roofs, fit skylight windows and replace lead sheeting and cladding.
Health and safety advisers work to reduce accidents, injury and health problems in the workplace.
Lift engineers install, refurbish, service and repair lifts and escalators.
Coal miners operate the machinery that extracts coal and other minerals from opencast or surface mines.