Apprenticeships - Harnessing New Talent
Paul Robinson Partnership (UK) LLP, leading Norfolk based Architectural and Surveying Practice, are strong supporters of the apprenticeship scheme and have seen first-hand the benefits which the scheme has had on the their business. The Practice have welcomed two new apprentices to their experienced team this past year and have been delighted to see them both flourish, exceed expectations in all respects and become valued assets to the team. Simon Nicholas, Partner at Paul Robinson Partnership, said that it is “important to invest in young people and provide opportunities for those wanting to gain experience in a particular industry”, and added that the “apprenticeship scheme is a fantastic way to harness new talent for any business”.
Kori Moore, one of the Practice’s apprentices, has recently completed his apprenticeship and the Practice were delighted to welcome him as a full time employee of Paul Robinson Partnership. The practice have been impressed with Kori’s progress and have enjoyed watching him develop and improve his employability, describing his technical design expertise as above and beyond what would be expected. When asked whether Kori had enjoyed his apprenticeship and what he saw the major benefits of the apprenticeship scheme being, Kori stated that his apprenticeship had “given him the opportunity to pursue his dream of a career in architecture in a supportive and creative environment”, he further added that “it has been great to learn on the job, gain experience in the work place and build up knowledge by learning from the more experienced members of the team”.
The Practice wishes to continue to develop home grown talent, providing opportunities for young people, with a passion for architecture.