Titans work week is now complete with all players clocking off from their time on the tools, ready to return to their real day job next Monday.

Early indications suggest that the week has been a huge success, with many of the group happy with their time spent out in the field.

Whether it was bricklaying, plumbing, washing cars, steel fabrication, carpentry or general labouring, each player completed the work, driving themselves between jobs, packing their own lunches and keeping themselves hydrated, a long way from an NRL training session where most things a provided throughout a general day.

Whilst a full day of work was done, Coach Garth Brennan called three training sessions with players expected to arrive for a 5pm session, with the majority of the group not getting home until around 8pm each night.

Fullback Michael Gordon has enjoyed the week.

"I've found it to be unreal," Gordon said. "It's good to see professionals in other trades doing their job and I like to see guys working and learning from them.

"Anytime you can learn from others you need to take that opportunity to learn a new skill and I'll take something from this.

The week ended with a whole of club training session, with close to 70 contracted Titans players coming together for a workout.

Head of Physical Performance, Dan Ferris, put the group through a range of different tasks with the young Titans getting to work closely with the NRL squad members.