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Housebuilding Firm Invests In Apprenticeship Schemes For Young Locals

A housebuilding firm has begun investing in young locals through apprenticeship schemes.

Housebuilding firm Taylor Wimpey is now offering the chance for apprenticeships throughout the southern region. Ccurrently employing 29 apprentices through Hampshire, West Sussex and Dorset.

Natalie Swaine who is an Apprentice site manager says “It’s a great way to gain the skills I need” – The apprentices are currently learning skills such as carpentry, electrical work and plumping.

Do you think this is what it will take to get more people into the trades industry?

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Dean Laming

Dean Laming is a Chartered Insurance Broker with more than 25 years insurance experience. Through various underwriting, operational and management roles, Dean has built up extensive knowledge of how to run a business and is now Managing Director of Tradesman Saver, part of the wider Henry Seymour Group.

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