Posted on July 29th, 2010
PROjEN Highlight their Continued Investment in People
Specialist Engineering Project Management company PROjEN, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire has recently recruited Richard Smith as an EC&I Apprentice to finish his 2 year apprenticeship scheme with the company. Richard joins PROjEN from TTE (Technical Training Group) and is to due to start work on 6th September 2010.
Apprenticeships offer an alternative and rewarding route to further and higher education, combining work-based training with theoretical knowledge and practical experience. Work-based training is designed to maximise the learners’ potential for career development and future employment.
PROjEN are fully committed to the ongoing development of their people and therefore fully support apprenticeship programmes and recognise the benefits for both the apprentice and the company taking on the apprentice. PROjEN’s Managing Director- Martin Seabrook comments:
“We are a growing company and having enthusiastic people with the right skills is central to our future success. That is why PROjEN are committed to the continued investment in the development of talent and the earlier we can catch them the better. PROjEN recognise that the benefits involved in taking on an apprentice include higher productivity, quality of work, staff retention and employee satisfaction”.
PROjEN’s objective for future growth is to maintain a sustainable growth pattern that involves all their personnel. The company will continue to achieve a more sustainable business by re-enforcing existing programmes and developing new initiatives, which include their support to provide employment opportunities for the young, support for charities and the local business community.