JTL Offers Open Days During National Apprenticeship Week

JTL is opening its doors to electrical employers at centres around the UK during National Apprenticeship Week to prove how simple it can be to take on an apprentice.

JTL works with more than 3,000 companies in the building services engineering sector, and offers a set of benefits for employers that increases the quality of training the apprentices receive, increases the rate of successful completions to well above the national average, and provides a team of people to support the apprentices including a named personal training officer who works alongside the apprentice and his or her employer throughout the apprenticeship.

The open days will take place at:

  • JTL Orpington Training Centre in Kent on Tuesday March 6 between 3pm and 7pm
  • JTL Tankersley Training Centre near Barnsley on Wednesday March 7 between 3pm and 7pm (note: Tankersley Training centre does not offer apprenticeships but offers other training opportunities)
  • JTL P&R Hurt Training Centre in Yeovil on Thursday March 8 between 3pm and 7pm

All employers in the electrical sector are welcome to drop in to any of the open days to find out more about JTL and the services it offers.

“National Apprenticeship Week is the ideal time to welcome employers into our centres to see them for themselves and to find out more about how they might want to attract new blood into their businesses,” says JTL’s commercial director Liam Sammon. “Recruiting an apprentice is almost certainly simpler than you might think and with JTL staff on hand to advise and help with the paperwork, it couldn’t be much simpler.”

 

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