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|Title:||Apprentices take up their roles|
|Author:||St Leger Homes |
|ID & Publication:||20120911019 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
|Subject:||Community News |
Six apprentices have just started their new roles at a Doncaster housing organisation.
The six all took up their posts at St Leger Homes of Doncaster – the organisation that manages 21,000 homes for Doncaster Council – after successfully completing rigorous testing.
The new apprentices are Riley O’Sullivan (16) who will train to be a roofer; Teal Brown (20), a plumber; John Smith (18), an electrician; Damien Dent (22), a joiner; Liam Allen (17) and Lee Woodroffe (24), who are both training to be plasterers.
Nearly 200 young people applied for the six jobs. St Leger Homes worked with Doncaster College to help the unsuccessful candidates by offering them information on college courses and a range of other apprenticeships in the borough.
Paul Lightfoot, head of repairs and maintenance at St Leger Homes, said: ‘It is great to welcome these young men into the business and I hope they enjoy their apprenticeships at St Leger Homes. I am sure they will enjoy learning their trades and helping repair homes for tenants throughout the borough.’
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