We would like to congratulate all of the winners of our Apprenticeship awards for 2015 and to thank them for their continued hard work which has been recognised with these awards.
Our very own Tom Storey was featured in a special piece on social enterprises on the Business in the Community website recently.
We caught up with our 2014 Award winners to see where they are now and how the apprenticeship
has helped them….
Adam & Tom went to visit Pimlico Plumbers this week and walked away mightily impressed.
Abby Shorter is beaming. She has been fitting radiators all morning in a block of new flats in south London and it is going well. “I like to see a project grow and progress. It is very rewarding,” says the 24-year-old.
Hello again! As you know, this year I finally finished my apprenticeship. Time passed so fast but I have good memories and I think one of my biggest achievements was to be nominated (and then win!) the Metro Apprentice of the Year award.. I can remember being interviewed by a journalist, and then a metro […]
We have a number of fantastic upcoming training & apprenticeship opportunities across Plumbing, Electrical Installation, Carpentry, Painting & Decorating, Business Administration, Grounds Maintenance & Estate Agency – all in the Kensington & Chelsea area.
A huge congratulations to Jone Da Cruz who was honoured last week for all his hard work during his apprenticeship. Jone, who was Metro’s apprentice of the month, was honoured at the ‘topping out’ ceremony for the Skyline Tower in Hackney.
Hello there! My name is Jone Da Cruz. I’m 23 years old and have just finished my Plumbing apprenticeship, NVQ level 2. Now that I am a newly qualified Plumber, I have a year-long contract with a plumbing company, a huge pay rise, and I can tell you there is much more to learn, and more money to make!
We were very pleased to meet with Nick O’Donohoe, Chief Executive of Big Society Capital on the Berkeley’s site at Woodberry Down earlier this week. Apprentices Ryan, Lee, Arnaud and trainee Frederick had an opportunity to feed their thoughts into how Govt could better support apprentices.