Despite the ongoing pandemic, the construction, housing and civil engineering sectors that EN:Able Futures operate in are proving they are resilient and adaptable to the changing situation, particularly with their outlook to recruiting new talent starting out in the industry working closely with their partner Host Employers.
So far this year EN:Able Futures welcomed six new apprentices. Three beginning their apprenticeship journey with United Living, Isaac Richardson and Jamie Guthrie, who started their Bricklaying Apprenticeships, and Billy-James Marshall who following being furloughed by his previous employer has been given the opportunity to complete his Level 4 Construction Management Apprenticeship with the United Living management team.
D. Cartwright, Line Manager, United Living subcontractor - ‘’Jamie has shown a great willingness to learn on site and shown initiative, even though it’s only been two weeks.”
Josh Wright is starting his Groundworker Apprenticeship with 1-2 Clear and Nathan Anderson is doing a Painting and Decorating apprenticeship hosted at Lovells.
Billy Butler is embarking on an apprenticeship to become a Civil & Structural Engineering Technician hosted with Alan Wood & Partners.
Alison Ringrose, Business Development Manager, Alan Wood & Partners – “EN:Able Futures do all the hard work of finding and filtering suitable candidates for us to interview. They understand our business and the type of people who can thrive in it.”