ICC are very proud of our member RI Cruden for winning Supporting Net Zero Employer of the Year the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards!
RI Cruden is the leading installer of renewable technology in the Highlands, and are committed to investing in young people, with apprentices making up a quarter of their workforce. Click here to read more their work to transform the Highlands into a green energy hub, investing in young people and the environment. This long term commitment to creating sustainable opportunities for young people has led to their success at the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards. Based in Muir of Ord, with plans of moving to Inverness, we are delighted to share this success story, and we are excited to see what comes next!
At ICC we recognise the value apprenticeships bring to our member businesses and our local young people. We host the Developing Young Workforce Inverness and Central Highland team, who do great work creating opportunities across our region.
DYWICH was established in 2016 as part of the Scottish Government’s youth employment strategy. Hosted by us at Inverness Chamber of Commerce, and with an employer-led Board, their aim is to develop sustainable links between schools, colleges and employers to help employers be more engaged in shaping their future workforce and better prepare young people for the world of work.
As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, the DYWICH team are highlighting local success stories on their website. Click here to read their Meet the Employer and Meet the Apprentice testimonials, from RI Cruden and others, and find out more about the DYW team, and how you can get involved!
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