8 December 2015

Greenwich Local Labour and Business Scheme

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Bouygues Energies & Services has joined a training scheme run by Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB).

GLLaB is a local labour initiative which works in partnership with employers to enable local people, particularly those from disadvantaged communities, to access training and jobs.

The scheme helps people back into work by providing information, one-to-one advice, training and work experience to help individuals gain the necessary qualifications and skills to get work.

As part of the Bouygues Energies & Services' Infrastructure teams involvement in the Greenwich Innovation Hub, we have given the opportunity to three individuals to gather further training, qualifications and knowledge.

Brandon Marbaix, Jack Pullen and George Murphy (pictured) will be working as Highway Electrical Trainees for a six-month placement reporting directly to Steve Ellis and hopefully going onto permanent contracts within Bouygues Energies & Services.