Budding young Horticulture Apprentices gain employment

BFE would like to congratulate Steven Holmewood and David Kelly who have today completed their Horticulture Apprenticeship.

To add to the good news, they have both also been successful in gaining full time roles with us here at Building Futures East.  David Kelly has been appointed as Environmental Maintenance Supervisor and Steven Holmewood as Environmental Maintenance Operative and will join our Environmental Maintenance Team tomorrow.

Kenny More, Head of Training for Environment and Regeneration at Newcastle City Council, congratulated David and Steven on their numerous achievements throughout their apprenticeships and commented on their outstanding work, motivation, enthusiasm and commitment to the programme.  They were both presented with Makita tools to help them on their way in their new careers and Kenny commented that apprenticeships are an excellent opportunity for young people from the area to show what they can achieve as well as a great stepping stone into employment.

Anthony Woods-Waters, BFE’s Chief Executive, formally congratulated Steven and David and welcomed them warmly onto the Building Futures East team, commenting on the hard work and effort they have consistently shown.

Welcome on board!

David and Steven complete their apprenticeship
Steven Holmewood, Environmental Maintenance Operative, is congratulated on his new position by Kenny More
Newly appointed Environmental Maintenance Supervisor David Kelly is presented with Makita tools to help him in his new job

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