Becoming an apprentice is a no-brianer

P.I.E.R are proud of what they trying to achieve within the Building Services industry by offering its clients a new way of recruiting apprentices. Pier are trying to do their bit for the industry wide skill shortage, still early days with the “flexible apprenticeship scheme” but Pier have great expectations that by the time college comes around again in 2016 they will have hit their target of having 20 M&E apprentices out in the field.

Read the story on Melissa, published in the Electrical Times Magazine (page 34) Melissa an excellent apprentice that we had placed with Weston Electrical Services, Melissa has been a perfect example for an Electrical Apprentice. Weston Electrical have already booked 3 more apprentices with us this year all due to start college in September, 1 Plumbing, 1 Industrial & Commercial Pipe fitter and 1 Electrical, in partnership with BEST Pier consulting look forward to watching them work towards their trade

Electrical Apprentice - Melissa

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