A talented apprentice from Plymouth has taken been crowned runner up at the regional finals of this year’s prestigious EEF Future Manufacturing Awards.
Samuel Newton, aged 24, who works for Babcock, fought off competition from across the region to take silver in the Higher Level Final Year Apprentice Award. Judges said they were overwhelmed by the quality of apprentices nominated this...
Apprentices in Plymouth now have the chance to get their first step on the career ladder by entering this year's Top Trade Apprentice award.
The competition, organised by Screwfix which has a store in Plymouth, launched on 6 February to find and reward the best trade apprentice in the UK and to ensure their future in their chosen industry looks bright.
Greenergy, the UK’s largest road fuel supplier, has extended its apprenticeship scheme to its Plymouth fuel distribution site. Michael Fesler, a Plymouth resident who has just turned 18, joins another eight young people currently completing their apprenticeships with Greenergy throughout the UK.
Michael Fesler, Greenergy Maintenance Apprentice said:
The nine apprentices from Plymouth City Council, who have been taking part in the Brathay Apprentice Challenge have been announced as joint winners of the Brathay's Community Project Award, for their orchard project in Ernesettle.
At the finals which were held at Lake Windermere, the team were also delighted to take second place in the overall competition.
We are offering a Traineeship covering both the Electrical and Plumbing industry, which is running for 4 weeks starting from Tuesday 30th June 2015! This 4 week programme is designed to further your knowledge about both industries and increase your chance of starting an Apprenticeship and gaining employment.
The Traineeship offers candidates the opportunity to gain both theoretical...