Housing provider Sanctuary Group to take on five new apprentices as part of National Apprenticeship Week

Apprentice James Marks, Sanctuary’s Ali Ahmed and Apprentice Harry Carter on top of the Artisan Court development.

Apprentice James Marks, Sanctuary’s Ali Ahmed and Apprentice Harry Carter on top of the Artisan Court development.

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A housing association has marked National Apprenticeship Week by hiring five teenagers from Wood Green.

Sanctuary Group will take on the apprentices to work on the construction of their housing development in the area.

It has previously taken on teenagers Harry Carter and James Marks.

They are employed by contractor Bennett Construction and the apprentices learn work place skills while on site at the Artisan Court development, in Lymington Avenue.

Harry and James, both 19, are apprentice plumbers, are currently completing their second year City and Guilds plumbing course at K College, Tonbridge.

The pair have been on site since January and will be involved in the actual making and fitting of items for the build, up until project completion.

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