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Harlow Timber Systems has taken on two new apprentices.

Posted: Fri, 01 Sep 2017 15:36

Harlow Timber Systems has taken on two new apprentices.

Harlow Timber Systems, which is one of the leading Truss Manufactures in the UK, has taken on two apprentices for the Bardon Head office.

David Stockill, managing director of Leicestershire-based Harlow Timber Systems Ltd, said: "We want to invite anybody with an interest in construction to consider applying for one of our apprenticeships and help us to develop the Timber Engineering sector of the Building Industry.

"We are proud of our apprenticeship scheme and the talented team members who will pass through it and stay with the company over the years to come.

There is often discussion over the lack of skills within the industry, but we feel we're playing a small but vital part in addressing this gap and setting up our staff for years of success."

Harlow Timber Systems part of the Harlow Bros Group have invested in an apprenticeship programme which sees learners work on actual projects coming through the business, this will form part of their working week, as well as taking part in classroom-based learning at a local college."

"We want our apprentices go on to have amazing careers with us and play an important part in developing our talent of the future.

"By learning and providing new skills they help us to meet the future challenges of the Timber Truss Rafter Industry."

It is with great pleasure that Harlow Timber Systems are able to introduce to the Harlow Bros Business, two outstanding members of the HTS team

  • Elliott Liddle-Yau
  • Nicholas Tosh

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