New apprenticeship scheme

IronmongeryDirect IronmongeryDirect, the UK’s online and mail order supplier of ironmongery products to the trade, has started a new apprenticeship scheme.

Two new apprentices have started at the HQ in Basildon with Ben Lake and Rebecca Weston taking up positions in the contact centre, training for an NVQ in customer service. Their apprenticeships will run for 12 months where they will learn all aspects of the business in the departments to help them towards their qualifications. 

Meanwhile, Raye Rowland and Matt Whitehead will be working towards a City & Guilds in Warehousing based in the distribution centre.

Wayne Lysaght-Mason, managing director of IronmongeryDirect, commented: “Whilst we have invested in the business infrastructure, equally important is the investment in people. We’re really pleased to be starting an apprenticeship scheme, in such a key area of the business, which adds further to our commitment to staff.”

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