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ERA invests in new apprentices

by Andy Clutton

ERA (part of Tyman UK & Ireland) is ramping up its apprenticeship offering with two new starters.

Hatty-Mai McMahon joins Tyman UK & Ireland’s Health and Safety department, whilst also studying for her In-Comm Safety, Health and Environment Technician EBOSH National General Certificate qualification. She is joined by Tanique McCarthy who is studying for her Level 3 Information Technology Technician qualification with apprenticeship provider The Development Manager. Tanique will join Tyman UK & Ireland’s IT team to gain valuable hands-on experience.

Both apprentices, who will work across Tyman UK & Ireland brands, including ERA, have been paired with their own mentor and relevant subject matter expert so that they can strengthen their specialist knowledge and deliver on real-time projects, alongside their studies.

Stacey Edwards, HR Director at Tyman UK & Ireland, says: “We recognise that going to university isn’t the only route into higher education and therefore we were eager to implement roles that support people on alternative educational paths, offering practical work experience, whilst paying the living wage. It is great to see our new hires developing both academically and practically as they get stuck into working here.”

Given the success of its apprenticeship programmes, Tyman UK & Ireland is working with training providers to select some of its long-standing employees to join a selection of apprenticeship programmes to create further learning opportunities.

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