Training and Apprenticeships

Investing in the future of the construction industry

Morganstone is committed to investing not only in the future of our company but in the future of the wider community. We place a particularly high value on our workforce and the experience and capabilities that each Morganstone employee has is what makes our company what it is. 

As an equal opportunities employer, we actively support our staff to ensure they have the best quality knowledge, equipment and routes to progression within the company by operating a comprehensive training and development policy.

Our training and development policy focuses on:

  • Facilitating the development of all employees to meet both business and individual goals
  • Reviewing the training and development needs of our workforce on a regular basis
  • Enhancing career development from within the company to meet training and development needs
  • Evaluating the outcomes to ensure the training and development policy is continually improving
  • Working in partnership with local colleges, training providers and ConstructionSkills to provide opportunities for young and unemployed people across South Wales.

 

Our Apprenticeships

Working in partnership with local colleges and ConstructionSkills we work hard to provide opportunities and facilitate the training and development of apprentices and management trainees throughout the area. We are committed to investing in the future of our company and the wider construction industry and devote time, commitment and funding to make sure apprentices and young professionals have the guidance they need to succeed.

 

CCTAL & Cyfle Building Skills

We became an associate member of the Carmarthenshire Construction Training Association Limited (CCTAL) in 2012. CCTAL is a training programme run in association with construction companies and local/county training providers to offer support, training and development to apprentices and trainees throughout South Wales.

Since we joined the initiative we have invested significantly to help the scheme meet the training and development needs within the area. This investment has helped the organisation’s Shared Apprentice Scheme train young apprentices to the highest possible standards.

We also work with Cyfle Building Skills, a regional shared apprenticeship scheme. The initiative by South West Wales Regional Shared Apprenticeship Ltd (SWWRSAL) and the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), aims to provide employment throughout the construction industry by creating apprenticeships across South West Wales.

 

Trainee Profiles