Exciting opportunity for Bricklaying Apprentices in Leeds

Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd are seeking 2 Bricklaying Apprentices to work on a new neighbourhood in Leeds City Centre.

EN:Able Futures are thrilled to working with new host company Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd to find them two  Bricklaying Apprentices who will work on the new Leeds City Centre neighbourhood development project SOYO Leeds.

The experienced and established team at Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd are offering a fantastic opportunity for two Apprentice Bricklayers to work with them in Leeds with a view to becoming a part of their growing team in the future.

Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd are a family run brickwork, blockwork, stonework and architectural masonry contractor who operate across Yorkshire and Lancashire. They provide full supply and fix packages benefitting from a mix of professionals and tradesmen with varied backgrounds, including bricklayers, site managers, project managers and quantity surveyors all with diverse experience in different sectors

Julie Deeley, Director of Operations at EN:Able Futures - "This is the first time we have worked with Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd and we are looking forward to forging a long standing working relationship with them. Keith Walton are great advocates of apprenticeships and recognise the need to create new apprenticeships to support the sector in reducing the current skills shortage.

"What makes our Shared Apprenticeship Service so successful is our expertise around employment support that goes far beyond simply finding people a job or filling a vacancy, we pride ourselves on also facilitating the conditions that allow individuals to thrive in their new roles."

EN:Able Futures Development Coaches work with each individual apprentice on a one-to-one basis to make sure any issues they may face are tackled effectively, whether it is encouragement in the work-place, help to understand their academic requirements or support around a more personal need.

As the host company, Keith Walton Brickwork Ltd will provide the place of work, giving the new apprentices the work experience and on the job training they need to qualify as Bricklayers.

Click here to apply for an apprenticeship with EN:Able Futures.

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