After starting a scaffolding apprenticeship, Jordan has gone from strength to strength – gaining praise from his employer and Training 2000’s team of scaffolding experts.
He moved into his current role after hearing about it through a family friend, and hasn’t looked back since.
Jordan has always seen himself as a hands on learner and this has meant choosing to build his career through a scaffolding apprenticeship has seen him excel – both on site and on the course.
“This course itself is really enjoyable, the instructors take their time to teach you and always ensure you understand what’s needed. After my apprenticeship I eventually want to become a charge hand and complete my advance, and then possibly go into teaching.
“I would recommend apprenticeships, you might have longer in centre but you get more time to take everything in. It’s great that you’re learning and earning and doing something you actually love!”
Kevin Wimbles, Contracts Manager at CWR Scaffolds added:
“Jordan is a polite, considerate and accommodating young man. He liaises well with site agents and fellow colleagues. He follows instructions and procedures which he has been asked to carry out and informs CWR Scaffolds Ltd of any variations of tasks when he arrives on site.
Jordan relishes going on his apprenticeship courses. He has attained all his evidence with a year still remaining. Going forward with the attributes Jordan has already shown, I cannot see any reasons why Jordan would not make an excellent charge hand.”
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