Szerelmey Apprentice Completes NVQ

One of Szerelmey Restoration’s young apprentices, Ross Warry, has just completed his NVQ Level 2 in facade Preservation, completing his two year apprenticeship. Ross started out with the company in October 2014 and has worked on restoration projects such as 62 Britton Street and 1 New Oxford Street, learning numerous skills including brick, stone and concrete cleaning, repair and restoration. Alongside his practical experience under our Site Managers and Supervisors, the NVQ includes 30 days of college learning as well as on site assessments.

Ross Warry Apprentice

Szerelmey have offered Ross full time employment following his successful apprenticeship and we look forward to watching his progress through the company. Huge congratulations to Ross! The Restoration team have just taken on a new apprentice to fill Ross’ shoes and we wish Constantine Zimbru all the best on this course.

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