West Midlands based loading bay specialist Chase Equipment Ltd. has recently employed an additional accountant apprentice for their financial department. Chase Equipment has a long running partnership with Dudley College of taking new recruits for various disciplines.
New recruit -Jordan Harrison is now completing AAT level 3 at Dudley College and gaining work experience at the finance department of Chase Equipment in Coseley.
Lowell Williams, Principal of Dudley College commented "Apprenticeships are a proven way to train your workforce, and it’s great to see Chase Equipment training their employees this way. The benefits of developing new staff through the Apprenticeship route means apprentices can be working, and developing the skills the business needs, whilst studying for a nationally recognised qualification. The partnership that Chase Equipment and Dudley College have established can only be a good thing for the success of the company and its future workforce. Good luck to Jordan in his Accounting Apprenticeship."
Anne Luckett, Finance Manager of the company commented, "Following the success of our previously trained 2 account apprentices, who were able to moving up the career ladder after completing their training with us – we decided to initiate a further young trainee this year.
Chase Equipment also takes apprentices into their service department which was commented by Derek Sweeney MD, "We want to ensure that we have suitably trained engineers to meet the needs and requirements of our customers. Training of apprentices is a great opportunity for young people to enter the workplace and a way of ensuring skills are retained and that apprentices have the chance to learn from some of the most experienced engineers in the business."