Praise for apprentice scheme

To mark National Apprenticeship Week, South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss awards certificates to three apprentices have gained distinction for their work at Warren Services, Thetford. The day will also see Warren Services host an open day for local schools in the area.''From left; Clive Poyer ops director, Liz Truss, Tom Pender, Nathan Cubley and Nathan Sismeg and John Bradley from SEMTA.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss awards certificates to three apprentices have gained distinction for their work at Warren Services, Thetford. The day will also see Warren Services host an open day for local schools in the area.''From left; Clive Poyer ops director, Liz Truss, Tom Pender, Nathan Cubley and Nathan Sismeg and John Bradley from SEMTA.
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THREE outstanding trainees have been held up as prime examples of successful apprenticeships.

Elizabeth Truss, MP for South West Norfolk, was at Warren Services in Thetford last Friday to award certifcates to Tom Pender, Nathan Cubley and Nathan Sismeg.

The trio have each gained distinction for their work as electrical and machine engineers.

Ms Truss said apprenticeships offered ‘continued learning’.

“It gives them a chance to go to college, to apply things they’ve learned at school and do practical work,” she said.

However, she said more needed to be done to help young people find what apprenticeships were available.Warren Services also gave local schools a chance to look around on the day.