Kevin O’Donnell, training manager from leading paint brand Crown Trade, explains why companies should make 2020 the year of the apprentice and how the painting and decorating industry is raising the bar.
Two apprentices at Lichfield based SE Controls have become the first to complete the company’s engineering apprenticeship programme.
The GGF have responded to a consultation by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on behalf of the Glass and Glazing sector.
The GGF responded to the Migration Advisory Committee consultation, on behalf of the Glass and Glazing sector.
Keystone Lintels has asked Dan Corcoran, Senior Buyer at Pennyfarthing Homes, if they are predicting growth in the year ahead.
Aggregate Industries Contracting focus on figures showing apprentices often earn more than many university graduates, plus trade apprenticeships in the road construction industry.
Aggregate Industries have responded to the fact the apprenticeship levy has come under scrutiny as ‘not being fit for purpose’, a year after implementation.
As part of last week’s National Apprenticeship Week, Aggregate Industries hosted an event at its Leicestershire HQ, geared towards the next generation of talent.
Research by Screwfix suggests 57% of tradespeople struggle to find skilled labour, whilst 37% believe apprenticeships are not given enough respect.