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.