Shadow minister visits Steve Willis Training Centres in Burgess Hill
MP Toby Perkins, shadow minister for apprenticeships and lifelong learning, visited Steve Willis Training Centres in Burgess Hill this week.
Toby dropped in on two electrical apprenticeship classes on Wednesday, April 14, to learn more about apprenticeship provision.
He talked to the apprentices about their experiences with finding employment and what they hoped to achieve through training.
The visit was organised with Homeserve Foundation and Clarion Futures.
These are the charitable arms of Homeserve and Clarion Housing Group and they focus on improving social mobility and using apprenticeships to create opportunities for young people.
“Steve Willis Training works with Clarion Futures to provide support to apprentices as they move into work through their training programme,” said a Steve Willis spokesman.
“Collaborating with Homeserve Foundation will strengthen our commitment to promoting apprenticeships to employers as both a great way to grow a business, and the route to a bright future for young people in our area.”
To find out more about gas, plumbing and electrical apprenticeships and short courses, call 01444 870860 or visit www.stevewillis.com.