Surespan, a leading authority in safe access and escape solutions, is set to mark its presence at the 17th National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), taking place from Monday, 5 to Sunday, 11 February 2024.
Under the ‘Skills for Life’ banner, Surespan, in alliance with Walsall College, aims to put a spotlight on its extensive apprenticeship scheme, emphasizing the vast career possibilities and practical experiences it provides for those aiming to pursue rewarding careers in the manufacturing sphere.
The National Apprenticeship Week 2024 serves as a platform to laud the impactful role of apprenticeships on individuals, enterprises, and the wider economy, with apprenticeship proponents from all over the country drawing attention to the myriad benefits and opportunities they afford.
Surespan’s observance of the week will be centred around motivational tales of personal advancement and lineage, with stories from first and second-generation apprentices within the company, such as Claire and her daughter Hannah, and Nicky and her son Stephen, underscoring the life-altering influence of apprenticeships.
Nicky Adams, the Office Manager at Surespan, shared her anticipation: “We are thrilled to open our doors to a new generation of apprentices and offer them the chance to learn and thrive within the manufacturing and engineering industry. Our apprenticeship programme not only provides a structured pathway for skill development but also paves the way for personal and professional growth.”
The apprenticeship offering at Surespan is a gateway for aspirants to delve into the manufacturing industry, providing real-world experience along with the perk of earning whilst learning.
This future-oriented programme weaves in the latest technological advancements and eco-friendly practices, readying apprentices for enduring career success and future opportunities.
Surespan’s apprenticeship initiative is a holistic educational journey, integrating practical training with a focus on innovation and sustainability. This alternative educational pathway allows apprentices to enter the manufacturing sector without the financial burdens of university fees.
The focus is on applying contemporary technology and sustainable practices in real-world settings, preparing apprentices to contribute meaningfully towards environmental sustainability. Active involvement in ongoing projects heightens job preparedness, offering apprentices a competitive edge.
Through mentorship from experienced professionals, apprentices gain insights that facilitate their personal and professional growth. The programme’s emphasis on community and continuous improvement showcases Surespan’s commitment to fostering the next generation of skilled industry professionals.
Surespan is proud to participate in National Apprenticeship Week 2024, reaffirming its commitment to developing ‘Skills for Life’ and supporting the emergence of future industry luminaries.
Through its apprenticeship scheme, Surespan not only bolsters the employability of young individuals but also encourages innovation, sustainability, and a lifelong learning ethos within the manufacturing domain.