TXM Plant Apprenticeships
Within the last few years our apprenticeship program has gone from strength to strength with over 30 successful apprentices/Trainees ranging from Business Administration, Information Technology, Plant Operations and Service Engineers across intermediate, advanced and higher apprenticeship levels.
Being a UK wide business with 8 depots spread nationally, we make sure that our apprentices are getting the best available training via the top colleges and training providers in the country, this includes the award-winning training provider CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) and their National Construction College.
We are proud of our apprentices/Trainees and provide our very own Apprentice/Trainee of the year award during national apprenticeship week, on 3 occasions a TXM Plant apprentice has also been nominated for the CPA (Construction Plant Association) Stars of the future award, a national apprenticeship award recognising excellence, awarded to one of our apprentices in 2015.
Not only are we an Apprenticeship Levy paying employer we also invest in to the CITB Levy, this provides us with an excellent opportunity to invest in our future and provide our apprentices with the highest quality of industry training that is fully supported and funded.
Supporting current & future prospects
TXM Plant have a substantial network of support and work closely with our training providers to ensure we are providing the highest levels of support for our apprentices/trainees to succeed and have a long, successful career. This includes monthly & annual reviews and appraisals, 1 to 1 Apprenticeship Officer visits, health and Safety assessments, mentoring and apprenticeship staff support initiatives to name a few. We are also members and ambassadors of the following;
The 5% Club – a dynamic movement of employers focused on creating momentum behind the recruitment of apprentices, sponsored students and graduates into the workforce.
Go Construct – A CITB initiative to promote and inspire individuals within schools and communities in to the construction industry via support from registered ambassadors.
Disability confident employer scheme – A government scheme promoting the highest standards of equality.
CPD Members – Shows our commitment to continuing professional development not only for apprentices but for all existing staff.
CPD Certified – We provide internally created publications to support and develop our apprentices and staff to enhance their knowledge and professional development.
If you have any questions or enquiries regarding our apprenticeship program, training or funding please do not hesitate to contact us, we would be delighted to hear from you. Below are a few publications that you may find useful, please feel free to place them in your organisation, community or school.
Click on the following link to open our Apprenticeships Flyer