Author Archives: Liz Butcher

Welcome – Our new shared apprentices

We’re pleased to welcome our latest apprentices below –       Kian Hegarty   We recently welcomed Kian Hegarty as he joined Howard Civil Engineering in Leeds as Apprentice Site Engineer. Kian will be working alongside his mentor and colleagues whilst working towards his level 3 qualification in Construction and the Built Environment.   […]

Nigel Leighton joins Efficiency North board

Efficiency North, a unique social housing collaboration offering procurement apprenticeships and training, and construction and property services, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nigel Leighton as independent board director.   Nigel was previously Director of Environment and Neighbourhood Services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, with responsibility for the council’s procurement.  He brings a […]

Introducing our Unique Partnership with CEG to Supply Chain Partners

    EN:Able Futures were proud to join CEG and the Lord Mayor of Leeds (Cllr Jane Dowson), Pierre Angulaire and a number of CEG’s supply chain partners involved at their prestigious development Kirkstall Forge in Leeds to launch the benefits of the Forging Futures Campus Professional Apprenticeship.   Kirkstall Forge is a £400million mixed-use […]

The Humber Bridge providing the way to an exciting new partnership…

We are thrilled to be working in partnership with The Humber Bridge Board to support their Infrastructure and Engineering Department initially with technical skills. We have had an excellent response to our recent advertisement for a Civil Engineering Apprentice to join the ‘newly formed’ Engineering Team based at the Humber Bridge.   This is an […]

Welcome – Our Latest Apprentices

02/05/18   EN:Able Futures would like to give a lovely warm welcome to our latest apprentices and trainees. We would like to introduce the following:     Robbie Whitehead – Apprentice Maintenance Operative with RH Fullwoods, Pontefract. Robbie will be working towards his Level 2 Qualification in Maintenance Operations             […]

Welcome Aboard

29/03/18   Our team were lucky to have 4 new starters in March; Reece, George, Zak and Sam.   Reece Lewis came along to one of our ‘recruitment’ days and was successful in his application onto a Level 2 Apprentice Maintenance Operative. He has now started on site in Derby with ‘host’ Balfour Beatty.   […]

Do You Know Any Bright Sparks in Halifax?

28/03/18   We are on the look-out for a fantastic candidate to join Jackson Civil Engineering’s team as a Civil Engineering Apprentice in Halifax! The hourly rate of pay will be £4.11 over a 37 hour week (with a £15 per week travel allowance). The successful applicant will be working on site with a Senior […]

Update on the Levy and an invitation to transfer apprenticeship service funds

28/03/18   From April levy-paying employers will be able to transfer apprenticeship service funds to other employers, including ATA’s, to pay for their apprenticeship training and assessment. The ESFA has provided online support materials to help you understand both how to receive a transfer and how to use the apprenticeship service for the first time. […]

EN:Able Future’s First Symposium

22/03/18   On the 21st March EN:Able Futures hosted our first symposium, tackling one of the hot topics of the moment- ‘Apprenticeships are more than just the levy’.   Alongside a number of our business partners and representatives from the ESFA and CITB we came together to review the skills issues facing the industry, exploring […]

Riley Wilson’s Story

  National Apprenticeship Week doesn’t just bring in new talent- it also gives us a chance to celebrate the apprentices who are already out doing fantastic work! Riley Wilson is just one of the amazing apprentices who has been proving how great apprenticeships can be- and he has been impressing everyone that works with him! […]