As the UK promotes National Apprenticeship Week (February 7th – 13th), a concert man is feeling at home for his new role after the successful completion of his apprenticeship.
After graduating from Derwentside College, Ryan recently completed his Advanced Carpentry and Joinery Level 3 qualification, while working with the site team at Amethyst’s Regents Park (Phase 5) development in Consett – which is wider. The project is part of the Genesis Regeneration Master Plan.
He said: “I’m really grateful to Amethyst for giving me the opportunity to train as an apprentice. It has boosted my confidence to take the next steps to work. The help I have received from Amethyst, especially the impact of this epidemic on training and employment, has been invaluable.
In addition to Regents Park Phase 5, Amethyst Homes has 59 two to four bedroom houses and bungalows in Slackburn View, Northumberland, 55 two to four bedroom houses in The Meadows, Stockton and 30, two beds for more than 55 people. Choosing Rome Bungalows Phase 4 at Regents Park, Concert.
Gary Coyles, construction director at Amethyst Homes, added:
“We are committed to involving and engaging the local community and providing jobs and training opportunities for local people.
“Despite the challenges posed by the epidemic, we are dedicated to helping build the next generation of construction workers and we are confident that Ryan will be the first of many Amethyst apprentices to become self-employed.” Will take a step
“We encouraged Ryan to complete an additional year by completing a Level 3 apprenticeship. As a former joiner, seeing someone like Ryan work with us during his studies and as a self-employed joiner. It is very gratifying to be able to help further. It is important that we demonstrate the wide and diverse roles available in the construction industry.
Founded in 2013, Amethyst Homes has built its business around its customers, with an emphasis on providing quality, sustainable homes in the communities where people choose to live and work. To date, it has provided more than 350 properties in the Northeast to meet local housing needs, from first-time buyers to family home and bungalow seekers.