Developer’s job help for young people in Rugby

Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey West Midlands is supporting National Apprenticeship Week by highlighting the life-changing opportunities apprenticeships offer young people.

National Apprenticeship Week 2015 is aimed at celebrating apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the economy.

Taylor Wimpey West Midlands, which has apprentices working at a number of its new homes developments across the region, is fully committed to supporting the initiative.

The leading housebuilder, which has developments in Rugby, is currently employing two site management apprentices at its The Promenade and The Heights developments in Coventry.

Emily Hale, 25, who is based at The Heights development off Aldermoor Lane, Coventry, joined Taylor Wimpey at the beginning of July 2014, having previously worked as a bricklayer in both the new build and conservation sectors.

She is working towards an HND and NVQ Level 5 qualification.

Richard Wesley, 28, is based at The Promenade development off Surrey Drive, Coventry.

Prior to beginning his apprenticeship with Taylor Wimpey in June 2014, Richard was a bricklayer for 10 years and is now working towards the same qualification as his counterpart.