Ainscough Crane Hire is supporting the CITB Construction Ambassadors Scheme. The Construction Ambassadors programme raises awareness of the industry and the career opportunities that are available to young people, encouraging young people to join the industry.
Photo: left to right shows Amanda Hesketh Resourcing and Retention Manager, Janet Ainsworth Learning and Development Manager, Roland Saltys Heavy Cranes Project Engineer, Joanne Little Contract Lift Manager Plymouth, Gary Dixon QHSE Advisor South, Lynsay Robinson Commercial Manager Heavy Cranes
Ainscough Crane Hire are working with the CITB to motivate young people to join the industry, Ainscough’s ambassadors will go into local colleges and talk to students about their own experiences and help bring to life career pathways for crane operators, hire controllers, depot managers, engineers and encouraging participation in the construction apprenticeship programmes.
Janet Ainsworth Ainscough Crane Hire Learning and Development Manager said “we want to forge closer links between education and construction, with the aim of bringing cranes and construction to the attention of students and apprentices at an early age.”
‘Construction is a unique work environment, attractive, needs varied skillsets, offers great training opportunities along with good prospects and job security’ said Amanda Hesketh Resourcing and Retention Manager.
Ainscough Crane Hire are committed to help inspire the next generation of operators, engineers and aspiring professionals to choose Construction as a career.