Joshua wins Inspirational Apprentice Achiever at the CITB Awards

Joshua Williams, a bricklayer from Tylorstown, has won Inspirational Apprentice Achiever at the annual CITB Apprenticeship Awards held in London.

About us

We’re a construction based shared apprenticeship scheme operating across South East Wales. Funded by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Welsh Government, we employ apprentices across many construction trades to meet the needs of today’s construction industry.

Read more about us


We employ apprentices across many construction trades, giving them the opportunity to gain experience while they work towards an NVQ or diploma in their chosen trade.

Become an apprentice


We work with a variety of high quality and top performing partners to help meet the needs and challenges of today’s construction industry and support the increasing demand for skilled labour.

Work with us

Where are they now?

Geraint was a carpentry apprentice with us from February 2015 until March 2017. During that


Jak joined Y Prentis in October 2014 as a bricklaying apprentice and achieved his diploma and NVQ Level 2


Thomas was a carpentry apprentice and during that time worked with Hale Construction, Knox & Wells


Latest news

Past bricklaying apprentice Joshua Williams won Inspirational Apprentice Achiever Read more...

Danny Hodges, a bricklaying apprentice from Caldicot, was named Young Apprentice of the Year at Read more...

Joshua Williams has been named a finalist at the CITB Apprenticeship Awards. Read more...

Who we work with