All over the UK, Electricians and Plumbing & Heating Engineers are working to bring essential services to the nation, through these extraordinary times. JTL recognises the pivotal role our industry is playing and would like to offer our help support and guidance for any of your training related queries or concerns. We also recognise that apprentices are becoming key team members for companies helping to carry out essential work and offer valuable support when needing to complete jobs quickly and effectively.
In addition, JTL work closely with the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC), who offer guidance and support to those within the building services engineering sector. During these times of uncertainty, those within our industry may find not only their business in being impacted but also their mental health. The EIC offer a range of free support services in the form of telephone counselling, legal and debt advice, scholarships and financial grants.
JTL are here to support your business through these unprecedented times and help you plan for the future.
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We are now welcoming apprentices back to a safe learning environment in some of our centres, and our dedicated Training Officers are working with our employers and apprentices both remotely and on site where possible.
“The work of trade professionals is not only essential but is making a positive difference at this difficult time. From offering NHS workers free emergency repairs to raising money while self-quarantining – they are in fact heroes, whether they consider themselves one or not. A shining example of this is the 400 joiners, plumbers, engineers, electricians and military personnel who have built the NHS Nightingale Hospital in Birmingham. We are extremely proud that two of our very own apprentices from Interserve worked as part of this team.
With many businesses facing uncertain times including reduced workloads, job cancellations and navigating the new furlough scheme, JTL is offering advice to those in the industry, including help with the 18th edition and other training needs, as well as with apprenticeship queries.
We recognise that this is a worrying time for many and want to do all we can to support and help employers. We will pull through this and when we do fresh talent will be needed more than ever. As part of our support offering, we’re also on-hand to chat to employers who are keen to invest in the training and development of an apprentice to ensure the pipeline of skilled tradespeople continues.”
Guide Pac-Van around the maze and collect facts by picking up the Apprentices (worth 50 points) and the small orange biscuits (worth 10 points) whilst avoiding the ghosts!
Use the arrows on your keyboard (desktop) or on the screen (mobile/tablet) to navigate through the maze.
To find out more about the Electrical Industries Charity visit www.electricalcharity.org