WDH welcomes new Apprentices

Published 10 August 2017

As part of WDH’s 2017 apprenticeship scheme, we are proud to welcome six new apprentices.

The new starters, all aged between 16 and 23, will complete an NVQ in their chosen trade whilst getting valuable on the job experience with one of the region’s leading employers.

The new recruits include joiners,  plumbers, a gas engineer and an electrician.

Before starting on the job, the new apprentices will take part in a week long induction to learn about the different areas of the business and are given the opportunity to ask any questions they are unsure of.

Iky Saddiq, one of the newly appointed Apprentice Plumbers had previously worked for WDH through the Training for Employment programme where he gained the experience needed to join the 2017 apprenticeship programme.

Since 2005, when the organisation was established, over 100 apprentices have joined WDH and have benefitted from our fantastic apprenticeship scheme, with many gaining full time contracts with us at the end of their programme.

Picture caption: John Morrison, Resources Director, welcomed the Apprentices as they signed their contracts with WDH.




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