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Leading Scottish construction company City Building (Glasgow) LLP continues to lead the way in delivering apprenticeships. The apprenticeships have been created in construction, painting and decorating, electrical, plumbing and administration. As one of the country’s leading providers of apprenticeship and training opportunities, addressing youth unemployment is a key commitment of City Building. These new positions help to support the delivery of Glasgow City Council’s ?25 million Glasgow Guarantee, which aims to ensure that every Glaswegian between the age of 16 and 24 has access to a job, training or apprenticeship opportunity. As confidence returns to the construction sector - as evidenced in a recent Scottish Building Federation survey – City Building is once again at the forefront of investing in craft apprenticeships.
Jordan Turner (18) from Knightswood started his apprenticeship in joinery earlier this year. Councillor Paul Carey, Chair of City Building LLP, said “City Building continues to make investment in new apprenticeships a top priority and I am pleased to welcome our latest intake to the firm. City Building runs one of Britain’s largest apprenticeship programmes and operates two of the most successful, award-winning training centres - Queenslie Training Centre and the Skills Academy in Laurieston. It is one of Scotland’s largest construction companies, employing over 2,200 skilled employees, providing repairs and maintenance, construction, refurbishment solutions and specialist services to private, public and third sector organisations across the country.
City Building’s unique social ethos of ‘building a sustainable future’ underpins their drive to deliver excellence and to create training and employment opportunities for a diverse range of people, including minority and other under-represented groups. City Building proudly runs Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries (RSBi), one of the most successful supported employment factories in Europe. RSBI produces bespoke home and office furniture, kitchens and windows and timber kit frames for housing, care homes and schools for a number of businesses operating in the public and private sectors.
Property prices are rising, lenders are approving more mortgages and now one of the UK’s leading home builders is creating 225 new jobs. It is yet another sign that the property and construction sector is coming out of the downturn, albeit slowly.


Historic Scotland are offering an exciting range of Apprenticeships within the heritage sector, working for Historic Scotland to protect, maintain and support Scotland’s historic environment. For an insight into being an apprentice stonemason, check out the story of 2nd year apprentice Carolann on the Young Scot Extra website or watch Young Scot Heritage Award Winner John Crawford share his apprenticeship.
Joiner Marc McQuade, 22, from Barlanark, and roof sheeter and cladder Craig Owens, from Haghill, were honoured at the Scottish Building Apprenticeship and Training Council Apprenticeship Awards. Marc, who works for City Building (Glasgow) LLP, won the James Birnie Award for Craft Excellence Apprentice Of The Year, while Craig, from Topek Ltd, became the first winner of the Construction Specialist Apprentice Of The Year title at the ceremony in the Scottish Parliament.
A charity will submit plans to South Lanarkshire Council later to build an eco-friendly new town in the Douglas Valley area near Lanark.
The Hometown Foundation aims to build 3,200 affordable homes and business accommodation on a 2,000 acre site near the existing village of Rigside.It believes up to 6,000 jobs could be created over the 10-year construction. A young Greenock man has been given the chance to take up an electrical apprenticeship through a contract issued by local housing provider River Clyde Homes. George Morrison, 19, started his four-year-apprenticeship with fit-out, housing and maintenance contractor Morris & Spottiswood. He will initially be working in the Inverclyde area on a one-to-one buddy system with a fully qualified electrician, although through time George will be given the opportunity to work on a variety of projects Scotland-wide to maximise his learning experience. The final roof bolt in The Hydro – the 12,000-capacity entertainment arena being built in Glasgow – has been put in place in a traditional “topping out” ceremony. The act saw the completion of the main structure by integrated property and infrastructure company Lend Lease of the iconic building on the banks of the Clyde, adjacent to the SECC. John, from Knightswood, Glasgow, was joined on a platform high in the roof of The Hydro by Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson, SECC Chairman Sir Ian Grant, SECC Chief Executive John Sharkey and Gordon Anderson, executive general manager of Lend Lease.
The young apprentice, who combines his shifts at The Hydro with day release at Stow College, said: “Working at The Hydro has been a fantastic opportunity for me and has given me a foot in the door in the industry, one for which I am very grateful.
The school leavers and young adults will follow in the footsteps of three earlier intakes of apprentices recruited in 2009, 2010 and 2011 – taking the figure up to 100. Most of the young people have joined GHA as Modern Apprentices working in housing, while some are training in gardening and neighbourhood maintenance. TWO Caithness apprentices have become the first Scots scaffolders to be trained at a state-of-the-art English college, courtesy of the industry’s training body.Liam Crombie and John Holmes travelled around 600 miles to attend the first of three block scaffolding apprenticeship training programmes far from home at the CITB-Construction Skills’ training college in Norfolk.


Liam (20), from Wick, who works for Caithness Scaffolding Contractors Ltd, and John (28), from Thurso, who works for Donn’s Scaffolding and Steelfixing Ltd, returned last Friday after spending two weeks at the National Construction College (NCC) in King’s Lynn. The pair were responding to the recent high demand for scaffolders in the north of the country, which has seen the CITB’s Scottish centre fully booked until March next year.Graeme Ogilvy, Scotland director of the training body, said fully-qualified people working in the sector are at a premium, particularly in the north. The seeds of The Bike Station were sown in the late nineties, when a group of parents with children at Sciennes Primary School in Edinburgh came together to form an informal bike swap, for their kids who had outgrown bikes. What started as an informal bike swap snowballed, and within a couple of years the parent who had taken the lead on the project found their garage, shed and greenhouse filled with donated bikes, and demand for secondhand bikes higher than ever anticipated. From our small beginnings, the Edinburgh Bike Station has since relocated to a much larger site on Edinburgh's Causewayside to meet the city's demand for recycled bikes. A Bike Station in Perth followed in 2010, and the fomer Glasgow Bike Shed joined the Bike Station family in 2012, renaming itself as the Glasgow Bike Station.
Since then, the Glasgow Bike Station has also relocated to much larger premises in Kelvingrove.
From what started as an informal bike swap, as an organisation as a whole we've grown to become Scotland's largest bicycle recycling organisation, and are now taking in over 10,000 old and discarded bikes a year. The Bike Station, 250 Causewayside, Newington, Edinburgh EH9 1UURegistered as Recycle to Cycle Ltd, a charitable company limited by guarantee.Registered in Edinburgh under number 327798. As part of his training, George will attend Reid Kerr College, Paisley, on a block-release basis. Fittingly, the honour of tightening the last bolt fell to 20-year-old apprentice civil engineer John McLaughlan, who has been on site since work began in April 2011. We pride ourselves on hard work, dedication, and improvement; while enjoying the game of fastpitch softball. Our goal as a team is to develop as softball players and build character within ourselves as well as represent our communities as responsible and classy individuals.



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