Monthly Archives: March 2014

CEO insight: the journey from Neal’s Yard to the construction yard

The RBS SE100 Insight series brings in-depth learning and inspiration from leaders on the RBS SE100 Index – the market intelligence tool for social enterprises. This week, Sophie Hudson meets Andrew Purvis, new boss of K10 and former CEO of health and beauty brand Neal’s Yard.

Impact Ventures UK makes first investment in construction apprenticeship business

Impact Ventures UK (IVUK) social impact fund has made its first investment of £800,000 in K10, an independent social enterprise that employs apprentices and places them in the London construction industry.

Plumber – Cambridge

Job Description A plumber’s apprentice assists plumbers in the installation of commercial plumbing systems with the intent of becoming a qualified plumber. Apprentice plumbers are often responsible for unclogging drains, including faucet, commode and urinal drains. These apprentices might also be required to repair and replace basic plumbing hardware such as toilet seats and floor […]

K10 helps delivering 10 Business Administration Apprenticeships

K10 is working in partnership with View Training to support Goldman Sachs in delivering 10 Business Administration Apprenticeships.

Mayor congratulates 60 young apprentices

Apprentices working on the transformation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are recognised for their hard work at City Hall Awards event.