As a result they have successfully recruited Joshua Seeley and David Brooks on to their Apprenticeship program. Both work closely with Warehouse Manager Andy Taylor for most of their on-the-job training.
Joshua: “I think apprenticeships are a good way for young people to work and still get useful qualifications to use in the future. The scheme has given me opportunities to progress and find new skills which I never had before.”
David: “I am really happy that I started on the apprenticeship scheme and that I have got another qualification under my belt, I was also pleased that I was getting more experience in different lines of work.”
Both Joshua and David have now received their NVQ qualification and will both take further training to gain their forklift truck driving licence. Sparesmaster Ltd and Capital Garage Doors Ltd wish Joshua and David success with their future career with the company.
See this article and many others in the online version of the Door Industry Journal - Summer 2012 issue.
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