Here’s a little taster of what being a K10 Apprentice is all about. #GetInGoFar with a K10 construction apprenticeship.
K10 Apprentice Mohammed meets the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister was particularly interested in hearing from Mohammed about his apprenticeship experiences and his ambitions to prosper in a fast-growing sector.
We would like to congratulate all of the winners of our Apprenticeship awards for 2015 and to thank them for their continued hard work which has been recognised with these awards.
A huge congratulations to Jone Da Cruz who was honoured last week for all his hard work during his apprenticeship. Jone, who was Metro’s apprentice of the month, was honoured at the ‘topping out’ ceremony for the Skyline Tower in Hackney.
We were very pleased to meet with Nick O’Donohoe, Chief Executive of Big Society Capital on the Berkeley’s site at Woodberry Down earlier this week. Apprentices Ryan, Lee, Arnaud and trainee Frederick had an opportunity to feed their thoughts into how Govt could better support apprentices.
Great opportunity to join a Construction Training Course in Hackney and gain real, on-site construction experience.
The votes have been counted…re-counted and now we can very proudly announce the 2014 K10 Apprentice Award Winners.
Getting the apprenticeship forced Ryan to get into a schedule/routine – this made him feel as though he was doing something with his life. He felt happier.
Four more K10 Apprentices have graduated at Woodberry Down making the total 10 for this year. Berkeley Homes and K10 celebrated with a small ceremony yesterday afternoon.
“I decided to bring some focus to my job search and went to a K10 workshop to learn more about the scheme and the opportunities that were available to someone like me. From there I was invited to interview, to talk more about my career goals, passions and how I saw my career in construction developing. I managed to get my enthusiasm across and with the support from the team at K10 I chose to train as a Site Engineer.