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 […]
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!
Great opportunity to join a Construction Training Course in Hackney and gain real, on-site construction experience.
The votes have been counted…re-counted and now we can very proudly announce the 2014 K10 Apprentice Award Winners.
Four more K10 Apprentices have graduated at Woodberry Down making the total 10 for this year. Berkeley Homes and K10 celebrated with a small ceremony yesterday afternoon.
Humaira joined K10 just under a year ago and at that point was determined to enter the Business Administration profession but was being met with that all-too-common obstacle from potential employers; “you don’t have enough experience”.
Berkeley Homes kindly hosted an event for K10 and representatives from the Cabinet Office at Woodberry Down.
Barry had not even considered working in construction prior to starting his apprenticeship with K10. He had been desperately seeking work but remained trapped in unemployed for 18 months. This story highlights what can be achieved when an opportunity is presented and maximised.