Employers asked to build the future workforce with Total People during National Apprenticeship Week 

Employers asked to build the future workforce with Total People during National Apprenticeship Week 

Total People is marking National Apprenticeship Week (February 8-14) by calling on employers in the electrical and refrigeration sector to join forces and help apprentices to #leadthefuture.


Leading North West apprenticeship provider, Total People, is asking employers to take their business to the next level by calling 03333 314 977 to provide workplace opportunities with the help of Total People’s apprenticeship expertise.


Total People works with almost 3,000 apprentices every year and currently offers a wide range of electrical and refrigeration qualifications, ranging from Level 1 Pathways to Apprenticeships to Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships.


Apprentices are the future according to Gary Holden, Apprenticeship Manager for the Sodexo contract in Macclesfield, who said: “We hone the learner’s skills to what is needed, we develop people who have the right attitude and mindset and give them the skills that they can go on to fulfil key roles within the company.


“Total People have been a preferred supplier of apprenticeships at the site. They have a good depth of knowledge and they can answer all your questions. We’ve got a good working relationship and long may it continue.”


Total People apprentice Benjamin Ross is currently studying an Advanced Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering with Sodexo.


He looks set to #leadthefuture with career ambitions to become a mechanical maintenance technician and one day become a supervisor of the team he is working with.


Benjamin said: “During my time with Total People, I’ve never lost enthusiasm to continue building my engineering knowledge and completing any necessary coursework. Being with Total People has also kept me driven to become a fully qualified technician.”


During National Apprenticeship Week, Total People is asking sector employers to get in touch to discuss how apprenticeships can help play a part in shaping the workforce of tomorrow.


Melanie Nicholson, Managing Director, said: “During National Apprenticeship Week, we’re showcasing how our apprenticeships have evolved and how they are playing a key role in building future business growth.


“Apprenticeships have always focused on what businesses have needed the most. That’s why we’re asking employers across every sector to build the workforce of the future with our expertise.”


Visit our website or call one of our expert team on 03333 314 977 to discuss how apprenticeships can work for you.


Follow Total People’s social channels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn and visit our website news page to see the wide range of activity taking place during National Apprenticeship Week.

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