Have you ever thought of an apprenticeship? Either doing one, or offering one?
Jordon Probert, 4x4 Accessories and Tyres Ltd
Jordon was 24-years-old when she started her Digital Marketing Apprenticeship with 4x4 Accessories and Tyres Ltd in November 2020 after finding herself wanting to achieve more with her career. Jordon says: “I thought about going back to university to study for a master’s in marketing but decided I didn’t want to go down that road again, so, I started looking into apprenticeships. I knew that I didn't want my degree to go to waste, so I started looking into roles like software development and digital marketing.
C and G Motors Ltd
C and G Motors Ltd in Easingwold carry out repairs to commercial vehicles to manufacture specifications. They currently have one apprentice studying Motor Vehicle Service Maintenance through the training provider REMIT.They say: “As a small company it is vital that we employ someone who is enthusiastic, can work alongside our existing team and work to the high standards required.
Jason Greaves, RS Pro Finishes
Jason has worked hard and proved himself to be an integral part of RS Pro Finishes. He has been promoted to workshop supervisor and oversees all the daily tasks completed in the workshop. Jason’s wealth of knowledge of our products has led us to make him our technical support contact for our customers. He has his own dedicated phone line which customers from all over the world contact him for technical support.
Austin Almond, Watkinson Joinery Ltd
17-year-old Austin started his joinery apprenticeship in April 2021 at Watkinson Joinery Ltd, in Dalton near Thirsk. They are bespoke cabinetmakers specialising in kitchens, wine rooms, bedroom wardrobes, TV cabinets and many other pieces of bespoke furniture. Austin enjoyed design and technology at school but wanted to earn money whilst learning a new skill, so applied for an apprenticeship with Watkinson Joinery.