Meet our apprentices for August


Three new apprentices joined EN:Futures in August

Three is the magic number this month as we welcome 3 new apprentices as they begin their career paths in construction.

From left to right they are:

Josh Green - Apprentice Electrician with NPS in Barnsley who is working towards a L3 Electrical Installation.

Ashley Winks - Site Administration Apprentice with Humber Construction Hub (ENF) in Hull, working towards a L3 Business Administration

Bradley Marshall - Apprentice Civils Technician with Alan Wood in Scarborough, working towards a L3 Construction and the Built Environment.

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Written by Peter Morris

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