Interserve has thrown its support behind National Apprenticeship Week 2020 as it offers a range of engineering, construction management and opportunities
Interserve is supporting National Apprenticeship Week to deliver best-in-class services to clients and believe apprenticeships are key to delivering on this promise
The company currently employs 624 apprentices and offers apprenticeships that range from entry-level roles for those taking their first steps into a career, through to higher-level professional schemes available for colleagues to upskill and progress.
Interserve has almost 60,000 colleagues globally, with 32,000 employed in the UK.
To learn more about apprenticeships at Interserve, visit the apprentice hub.
National Apprenticeship Week (NAW)
NAW is coordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) and is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. NAS is part of the Education and Skills Funding Agency, which is an executive agency of Department for Education.
To recognise NAW Interserve will be posting features on its apprentices throughout the week.
Developing future talent
Lynn Mawdsley, managing director of Interserve’s Support Services division, said: “We know that investing and developing future talent supports our business to grow and succeed.
“More than 130 people joined us through our Early Careers programmes during 2019 and they know there’s the potential to grow their careers with the company because there are people in our senior management team who first joined Interserve as apprentices.
“Interserve is a diverse organisation where you can bring your ideas, enthusiasm and passion to help us achieve our very best.”