Apprentices Awarded BCSA CRAFT Certificate

Apprentices Awarded BCSA CRAFT Certificate

Four BHC Apprentices have been awarded the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) CRAFT Certificate. 

Over the past four years, the apprentices – Steven Barclay, Sam Baverstock, Mark Ewart and Connor Morrison – undertook a variety of training modules with the assistance of their coaches. The monitoring of the training and final confirmation of the module tests were validated by our in-house BCSA Registered Validators, Jimmy Cowan (Registered Welding Coordinator), Brian Edwards (Production Process Engineer) and Richie Struthers (HSQE Manager).

Apprentices Awarded BCSA CRAFT Certificate

BHC continues to invest heavily in the apprentices we employ and recently welcomed 20 new first-year apprentices into the company.

The BCSA CRAFT Apprenticeship is a key element to the company’s ongoing success and we are proud to recognise the importance of apprenticeships within the Steel Construction Industry.

BHC host an Annual Apprentice Open Day each Summer with the intent of hiring between 10-20 new apprentices.

Over the past six years, Routes to Work South have supported BHC with the funding of Health & Safety training and salary funding.