HARRY SECURES APPRENTICESHIP WITH BSA ELECTRICAL
Congratulations to Harry Crossland, in Year 11, who has secured an electrical apprenticeship with BSA Electrical.
Harry said: “I have been working for my Dad, who is a builder, at weekends and during the holidays so have been able to get a good understanding and experience of the building trade. I have been considering my career since the beginning of Year 10 and decided that the electrical trade appealed to me the most. I am really looking forward to starting my apprenticeship with BSA Electrical.”
Harry will start his apprenticeship after he finishes his GCSEs and will go to Darlington College one day each week from September for four years. He will be working for Luke Boston, a former student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College, who, after completing his own apprenticeship and gaining experience, set up BSA Electrical with three other electricians.
Ruth Hamer, Careers’ Adviser, said: “We are delighted for Harry. This is a fantastic opportunity for him to gain hands-on experience while working towards a highly-regarded qualification. In BSA Electrical, Harry is joining a reputable company who are going from strength to strength and who really appreciate the value of apprenticeships. I have no doubt that he will be well supported by Luke and his colleagues.”