11:00am Tuesday 28th January 2014
By Charlie Peat
An international architecture company launched three new apprenticeships at a college this week.
John McAslan and Partnets (JMP) will launch the training scheme at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London on Thursday, January 30.
The company, which redeveloped King’s Cross Station and the Roundhouse in Camden, will offer two apprenticeships in design and one in business administration.
JMP also be offering weekly day-release work experience placements within its accounts departments.
Jane O’Neill, interim principal and chief executive at the college, said: “Apprenticeships are great for young people because they are able to earn a weekly wage and gain important qualifications at the same time. Apprentices are great for employers because they get well trained and loyal employees who work to a very high standard.
“I would encourage any young person who is not currently on a course to come along to the Fair and to find out which of our apprenticeships is best for them.”
JMP will also be opening a new design studio in the spring in Tottenham High Road in partnership with Haringey Borough Council.
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