A Shropshire building contractor is laying the foundations for the future with the appointment of five new apprentices to its workforce. Pave Aways has taken on three apprentices to work on its construction sites along with two new staff at...
A design engineer at a firm of Shropshire manufacturers has graduated with a first class honours degree, six years after joining as an apprentice.
Organisations investing in training to support business growth across the West Midlands have defended a Government-run apprenticeship scheme. Senior partners at law firm FBC Manby Bowdler, which has offices in Wolverhampton Shropshire and other parts of the West Midlands, have...
A leading female figure in Shropshire’s construction industry is set to embark on a tour of schools to inspire future talent. Victoria Lawson, the commercial director at Knockin based Pave Aways, will visit one school a month to talk about...
Construction and landscaping specialist Crown Group has announced plans to increase its investment in apprenticeships as part of its strategic expansion of the business.
Shropshire businesses in the construction sector and its supply chain can benefit from the new Apprenticeship Levy if they know how, a breakfast event for the industry is to be told.
Communities across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin are to benefit from a £3.3m project aimed at tackling poverty by supporting people into work and training.
Thousands of employees are to be given the chance to develop their knowledge, skills and career prospects as part of a new project supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The Marches LEP has awarded three contracts worth £2.81m to develop Advanced Manufacturing Hubs in the region which will create nearly 2,700 apprenticeships.