CCB Training Get Hired event promises apprenticeships

CCB Training Get Hired event promises apprenticeships

Businesses from across Devon and Cornwall are being invited to CCB Training events where they can meet their future star apprentices.

CCB Training, which is part of the Cornwall College Group, is hosting its fourth annual Get Hired apprenticeship recruitment events this spring, with an event being held in Devon for the second time.

Taking place on 25 April across the Saltash, St Austell, Camborne and Bicton College campuses, Get Hired will run from 5.00pm to 7.00pm.

Employers attending the CCB Training event with current apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Pendennis Shipyard
  • Tecker
  • University of Exeter
  • Ocean Housing Group
  • Persimmons Homes
  • The Wrigley Company (Mars Group)
  • Eden Project
  • Logan Electronics
  • Cotel Telecom (UK) Rental
  • Wales and West
  • Furgo GeoServices
  • Polymermedics
  • Penlee House
  • YGS Landscape
  • Pall Aeropower
  • Creative View
  • The Little Cornish Pantry
  • Persimmon Homes
  • Rothamstead Research
  • Blue Flame

Apprenticeship vacancies in engineering, horticulture, carpentry, electrical services, trowel trades, food and beverage, web media, sign making and graphic design, business administration, and laboratory science, will all be on offer at the CCB Training event.

Last year’s events saw 200 young people meet with prospective apprenticeship employers, and discover opportunities available to them through local businesses.

In addition to local employers, this year’s supporting organisations include Building Plymouth, Livewell Southwest, the Army Careers Centre and the Royal Air Force Careers Centre. They will be attending various campuses.

Sally Foard, director of development at the Cornwall College Group, said hiring an apprentice is “a great way for businesses to develop motivated, skilled, employees, who bring with them fresh ideas and energy”.

“Many businesses are faced with skills shortages at present, hiring an apprentice enables them to grow their own talent and succession plan for the future,” she continued.

“An apprenticeship enables young people and adult learners to earn while learning on the job, gain a real qualification and a real future. We are the largest provider of apprenticeships in the South West, working with thousands of businesses and individuals across the region every year. Our experienced apprenticeship recruitment team work hard to match individuals with inspiring employers.”

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