Apprentices, Delamere Forest

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William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd have always promoted the importance of apprentices and knowledge sharing and this was no exception at the recently completed Delamere Forrest project with the New Bike Hire Centre and State of the art Visitor Centre. The project was undertaken by main building contractor Willmott Dixon for Forestry England.

Apprenticeships help to shape the future of William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd by bringing in fresh skills and developing a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce. This in turn provides an effective way to meet future skill demand for the company and continues our company commitment to training young people in the electrical industry.

Each project we tender is always attributed minimum apprentice hours to meet the framework guidelines and Delamere Forrest Project was no exception. We estimated a total of 2000 hours however due to the scale of the project we in fact managed over 3500 hours.

William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd also go the extra distance with our own state of the art training bay were all apprentices will undertake one to one sessions throughout their apprenticeship with highly qualified engineers to enhance their training.

Our apprentices are all equipped with uniforms and tools purchased by the company to assist them on their journey to becoming qualified engineers.

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