For more information on degrees and courses in Construction and the Built Environment please see UCAS.
Insurance is important but it doesn't have to be complicated. Here's a quick outline of the main points for ambassadors.
If the employer officially releases the individual to attend an event their employer's insurance should cover them.
If ambassadors are at an event that their organisation hasn't organised, the event and or venue's insurance should apply (ambassadors should ideally check that organisers carry appropriate insurance).
If ambassadors have not been officially released to work/represent on behalf of their employer then this may become an issue, although at the event, the organiser's and or venue's insurance should apply.
Employers cover ambassadors under their insurance if you're working or volunteering under their instruction and during their normal working hours.
If you're working for another organisation, either as a paid employee or volunteer then their insurance would extend to cover you. It could be that you're covered under both your employer's and the other organisation's insurances.
Apply to become a Construction Ambassador
Anyone can be a Construction Ambassador; you just need to be passionate about the construction industry and willing to share your career experiences with others.
Complete the on-line application form to register.