Bury College annouces new appreticeship delivery partnership with leading specialist training provider

Posted on 17 Jun 2019

Bury College is delighted to announce its new partnership with one of the country’s largest apprenticeship delivery providers, JTL.

The new partnership will initially focus on the delivery of electrical apprenticeships and individuals will develop skills in installation, maintenance and repair of electrical services both inside and outside building and structures.

Established in 1990, JTL is recognised as the leading apprenticeship delivery provider in the building services engineering sector across England and Wales. Over the years, JTL has evolved and also offers professional development training for those already working within the industry.

This unique partnership will provide career enhancing opportunities for those interested in securing qualifications within a competitive field. The partnership will combine JTL’s national reputation for delivering apprenticeships in the building services engineering sector with Bury College’s strength of being a strong provider within Greater Manchester construction and building services sector.

Charlie Deane, Bury College Principal and Chief Executive, said “We are proud to be working alongside JTL to offer a new range of apprenticeship opportunities to aspiring electricians. Through this partnership, we will be offering exceptional opportunities for apprentices, whilst also meeting the skills needs of employers locally and regionally.”

Jon Graham, Chief Executive of JTL added, “We are delighted to be forming this new strategic relationship with Bury College. By bringing the strengths of both organisations together, I am confident that we can provide a great learning environment for our apprentices and continue to improve local skills for the building services sector.”

For more information regarding apprenticeship programmes at Bury College please visit www.burycollege.ac.uk or for opportunities available to JTL please see www.jtltraining.com