Structec has recruited three new Apprentices following their participation in our Young Construction Training Programme.
The news was welcomed by the Knowsley Enterprise Academy and Knowsley Council, who helped to support the three candidates as part of the innovative pre-vocational training programme for potential new recruits to the construction sector. This new approach allows young people who didn’t gain an apprenticeship first time around a second chance to prove their practical skills and boost their academic qualifications, to prepare them for entry into the Construction Industry.
The next phase of their apprentice training will be supported by both the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Knowsley Council. The new recruits will take up their college places at Knowsley Community College in August, to commence a two-year long NVQ Level 2 Course in Maintenance Operations.
The new apprentices Dean Owens, Aiden Lester and Andy Howes are pictured with Structec Managing Director, Steve Davies, and Sue Temple-Fielding, Project Manager at Knowsley Enterprise Academy. They will join our four existing apprentices on the company training programme.