Endurance Doors marks apprenticeships campaign

Endurance Doors

Endurance Doors joined employers across the UK in marking National Apprentice Week 2024 earlier this month.

The manufacturer said it used the week, which took place from the 5 to 11 February, to celebrate its apprentices and to acknowledge their contribution towards the brand’s continuing success.

Stephen Nadin, managing director at Endurance Doors, said: “At Endurance Doors, we are committed to offering rewarding career paths to people at all stages of their professional lives. Our apprentices bring fresh ideas and a new perspective to our business. They ultimately make an important contribution to an eclectic culture which is instrumental to our ability to innovate.”

Endurance Doors stated that it currently employs 12 apprentices who are gaining ‘hands-on expertise and experience’ at various levels, from level 2 (intermediate) to level 7 (equivalent to a master’s degree).

A statement said that these individuals, who work in departments such as maintenance and production, cite many different benefits to developing their careers at Endurance Doors. This includes the chance to learn from experienced professionals and to constantly expand their skill set, it noted, as well as the opportunity to enjoy continued challenge and to develop their practical knowledge whilst obtaining formal, recognised qualifications.

Stephen added: “Endurance Doors is committed to being a dynamic and progressive employer because we recognise that to offer exceptional products and service, we need to recruit and retain an equally high calibre team.

“Employing apprentices creates a win-win situation both for the individual and for us as a business. It enables us to shape a next generation of talent with skills and experience that are uniquely tailored to our commercial needs and continued growth.”

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