ITCA Training urgently needs work placements

ITCA Training urgently needs work placements

An Aberdeen apprenticeship training firm is urgently calling on local businesses to support the talent of tomorrow by offering work placements.

ITCA Training, which is based at the Kirkhill Industrial Estate, Dyce, currently has three learners who need to carry out four-week work placements with companies in order to complete the Entry to Apprenticeship course (E2A).

The course which lasts for 20 weeks, involves a mixture of classroom based studies and practical work, and ITCA urgently requires placements for three fabricationwelding learners.

June Jones, managing director of ITCA, said: “We still have three learners who urgently require a placement in order to complete the E2A course.

"Each learner has been carrying out practical skills in the workshops at ITCA, along with classroom studies, which means they already have a good awareness of workshop health and safety, and are equipped with a good range of basic hand skills.

“There is no cost for the placement.  All we require is a company with the vision to help the learners and who can oversee their work to help progress their skills.  This can be from a one man business upwards who can give back four weeks to help the emerging talent progress.

Please call June Jones on 01224 772709 for further information.