The directors of YPH Services welcome a batch of new recruits. A group of three young Electrical apprentices have started work at YPH Services.
They were selected from 40 applicants to join their highly skilled workforce.
The new employees, all aged between 16 and 20, will now embark on their four year programme of training, work experience and study where they will be earning and learning at the same time.
The new apprentices will be working towards an NVQ in Electrical Installation in the building services sector.
Caroline Lee from E.N procure is pictured presenting each of the apprentices with a new tool kit paid for by the E.N Procure social value fund.
The Joint Managing directors said “We are committed to investing in our apprenticeship programme and supporting young people in our local communities into employment and support them as they develop their careers. We recognise that the apprentices of today are the workforce of tomorrow and we are delighted to have them as part of the YPH Services family.”
Pictured are L to R Jeff Wilkinson (joint managing Director) Daniel Fletcher (apprentice) Lewis Askwith (apprentice) Lewis Robinson Apprentice) Adrian Murten (Joint managing Director) Caroline Lee (E.N Procure social value coordinator)