Safety & Access have been proud to play their part and promote and contribute to the the (National Access and Scaffolding Confederation) NASC ‘New Apprenticeship Challenge’ to create targets for new scaffolding apprentices places in a two year period.
The final apprenticeship numbers – along with the grand total figure of money raised for the chosen Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) charity – will be made at the confederation’s AGM in Leeds in November, two years on from the scheme’s launch in November 2013 and is expected to raise over £40’000
Safety & Access Joint Managing Director Rick Statham added: “What an excellent achievement. It shows the commitment of the industry in relation to employing apprentices and with the assistance of West Nott’s College we have been able to offer an increasing number of apprenticeships to learners via their employers”.
Michelle Aucott, Regional Fundraising Manager for Teenage Cancer Trust said: “We are delighted to have the support of NASC and its sponsor members. The money raised from the New Apprentices Challenge will help to support young people with cancer, so they don’t have to face their diagnosis alone.”
Pictured below are scaffold apprentices at Safety & Access Nottingham along with NASC President, Kevin Ward (front left) and instructor John Hall (Front right).