Red Rose Drylining to Recruit New Trainees
Come along to the Hub Buckshaw on 8th March from 10am.
With a high level of uncertainty in the jobs market at the moment, young people may be feeling concerned about their employment prospects. However, Red Rose Drylining will be holding recruitment days at The Hub at Buckshaw Village on the 8th March 2014, and the good news is that they are looking to recruit 50 trainee Plasterers and Dryliners.
These roles provide an ideal opportunity for people in the North West that want to get into this industry, and also for individuals that are looking to learn a useful manual trade and gain employment at the end of the training period.
Trainee recruitment scheme places are precious in the current jobs marketplace, as they offer a great route into employment that doesn’t require a number of specialised qualifications. While other companies do not have the time or resources to invest in getting people trained up with the necessary plastering or drylining skills, Red Rose Drylining is offering a unique opportunity that will equip the successful applicants with these essential tools. The UK building trade is continuing to thrive in tough economic times, and their trainees will be given the experience that will improve their future employment prospects.
This type of opportunity is ideal for jobseekers that are growing anxious at the number of job vacancy advertisements that call for applicants that are ‘experienced.’ The age-old question is ‘How do I get this experience if nobody will offer me a job in the first place?’ – a trainee scheme like this helps to address this problem. Red Rose Drylining is not looking for individuals with years of experience in this area, they are just interested in the right type of candidate that is willing to learn. Other businesses may be investing in their existing workforce, but Red Rose Drylining are looking to make a significant investment in 50 new apprentices – this is required due to the success of the company.
Red Rose Drylining is ready to introduce this significant boost to the local economy, and it all begins at The Hub at Buckshaw during National Apprenticeship Week 2014. Interested applicants will be able to find out more about the company and the plastering and drylining trades, and fifty people will be rewarded with a trainee route into a rewarding and lucrative career. No degrees or college courses, no costly certifications – just a willingness to learn and enthusiasm are required!
Come along on the 8th March 2014 to The Hub at Buckshaw Village:
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