Leading North West contractor, HMS, is supporting charity, Torus Foundation, by offering 12 paid trainee opportunities for young people aged 16 – 24 as part of the ILM Access to Work Programme.
Providing 12 paid six-month training opportunities to young people, trainees will be given the opportunity to learn a variety of skills from sectors including construction, repairs and maintenance, gas and electrical engineering and facilities management, all the while being supervised by experienced tradespeople with years in the industry.
To access the scheme, you must meet the following criteria:
- Be between 16 and 24 years old
- Not currently in employment, education or training
- Living in the Liverpool City Region
- A tenant of Torus or another social housing association
If you meet the above and are interested in applying for one of the 12 training opportunities we have, please visit: https://torusfoundation.org.uk/general-construction-operative/
You must apply before Wednesday 19th August 2020
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