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A new training centre in Norwich has been opened by apprenticeship provider JTL. Officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Norwich, Councillor James Wright, the new facility will not only provide apprenticeship opportunities for the region, but will also be joined by JTL’s subsidiary company, Develop, to offer short courses covering compliance, technical and safety training.
Norwich is the home of JTL’s very first training facility, which opened seven years ago. However, with the growing demand for apprenticeships in the local area, JTL decided to invest £1.5m to develop a larger and more advanced centre. The centre will join its expanding network of training hubs and will comprise of modern classrooms, workshops and kitchen facilities.
Chris Claydon, JTL chief executive at JTL, comments: “This is a testament to our resolute commitment to meeting the growing demand for apprenticeships and ensure that we are providing the correct facilities to meet these needs. It has been a pleasure to welcome Councillor James Wright to our new centre and to use this as an opportunity to reflect on the growth of our network of training centres over the past seven years. We now focus on looking ahead to shape the next generation of electrical and plumbing and heating apprentices, equipping them with the green skills to become industry leaders.”
For more information about JTL please visit www.jtltraining.com