The international architectural practice John McAslan + Partners (JMP) is launching three new apprenticeships at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London on Thursday 30 January. The practice has an award-winning portfolio of work including the transformation of King’s Cross Station, the renovation of the Roundhouse in Camden, as well as major projects in Russia, Qatar, India, Canada and Brazil.
Two of the JMP apprenticeships are in Design and one is in Business Administration. As well as senior representatives from the practice, many other local employers will also be on hand at the Apprenticeships Jobs Fair, so if you are a budding architect or office manager, care worker, builder or engineer - make sure to arrive early so you can learn from the best! The practice is also offering a weekly day-release work experience placement within its Accounts Department. This will be attached to a 16-week programme, with College students completing a Level 2 AAT and gaining employability skills. The students then progress onto a level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship with an Employer.
Alongside JMP, other employers at Thursday’s Apprenticeships Jobs Fair will include: Curo Care, St Lucy’s Care, One Housing and Rising Stars who are all looking for apprentices in Health, Social and Child care. Leading construction company, Ardmore is coming along to recruit for apprentices in Construction trades and North London Care and Diamond Build Plc will be at the Fair to find Business Administration apprentices. Rail Track Engineering has railway engineering apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships to offer, and Orridge a leading provider of stock taking services for shops will be recruiting for a range of general vacancies.
Jane O’Neill, Interim Principal and Chief Executive at the College said: “Apprenticeships are great for young people because they are able to earn a weekly wage and gain important qualifications at the same time. Apprentices are great for employers because they get well trained and loyal employees who work to a very high standard. I would encourage any young person who is not currently on a course to come along to the Fair and to find out which of our apprenticeships is best for them.”
In partnership with Haringey Council, JMP is opening its new N17 Design Studio this Spring in a former shop on Tottenham High Road. This is part of a wider ongoing commitment by a range of government, private and voluntary organisations to support investment and growth in Tottenham.
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Image Above: John McAslan (Chairman, JMP), Natasha Manzaroli (Director of Finance & HR, JMP), Jane O’Neill (Principal, CONEL), Claire Kober (Leader, LB Haringey), Nick Walkley (CEO, LB Haringey)
- Last Updated: 28 January 2014