Partners

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.

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Apprentices

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.

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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.

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Interserve’s community benefits create sustainable apprenticeships

Find out how Y Prentis’s Lewis Harris has benefited from our partnership with Interserve.

Darryl Williams’ article features in Business News Wales

Business News Wales has published Darryl Williams’ article, titled ‘Supporting Future Skills’ on their Built Environment platform. The article featured on the front page of Business News Wales on the 12th of October 2020.

Y Prentis awarded Platinum accreditation

Y Prentis is the first apprenticeship company in Wales to be awarded the We invest in people apprentices accreditation, by Investors in People. They have also been awarded Platinum status, which is the highest accolade available and were congratulated by IiP on their “significant achievement especially during the challenges Covid-19 has placed on the construction sector”.

Latest News

Aliraza Manji from @BroadcastCJS spoke to Ben Knight, a carpentry apprentice from @YPrentis and to Read more...

With Apprenticeship Week 2021 already in full swing, Future Generations Commissioner, Sophie Howe, explains why she encourages her children to consider becoming apprentices and what she believes makes apprenticeships a prosperous route into work for future generations to come. gov.wales/apprenticeshipswales

This article was published on Business News Wales on the 11th of February 2021. You Read more...

Y Prentis features in Business News Wales Apprenticeship Week Feature

Y Prentis First Apprenticeship Company in Wales to be Awarded the We Invest in People Read more...

Where are they now?

Danny was bricklaying apprentice from October 2018 until February 2020

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Connor was a carpentry apprentice with Y Prentis from June 2015 until September 2017

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

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