Date Posted: Apr 19, 2021
Will Jeffries started a three year civil engineering apprenticeship with Durham County Council with the support of DurhamWorks.
Will is studying towards a Level 3 BTEC National Diploma and ENGTECH qualifications which are aimed at construction industry staff who carry out technical work competently, safely and independently. At the end of his apprenticeship he will achieve the level 3 civil engineering technician standard.
Will received support from DurhamWorks who helped him get ready for work and supported him in applying for jobs and interview preparation. He decided to apply for a...Read More
DurhamWorks helps employers access the many rewards of employing young people.
Recruiting 16 to 24-year-olds can positively impact on everything from performance and productivity to growth, innovation and morale.
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