C&M Training Assist Albion Environmental to Deliver Modern Apprenticeships

(May 2015)


C&M Training recently assisted Albion Environmental Ltd (a local training provider based in Ayr) to deliver Modern Apprenticeships in Sustainable Resource Management.

Modern Apprentices from South Ayrshire Council, North Ayrshire Council and West Dunbartonshire Council who are working towards gaining their Apprenticeship in Sustainable Resource Management recently attended a Waste Management Legislation Course in Ayr.

This course was developed and delivered by C&M Training and is jointly certificated by Albion Environmental Ltd and The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS). The course was designed to provide underpinning knowledge to the skills the Apprentices have been developing during their council employment.

With the continued support of Skills Development Scotland and the Modern Apprenticeship Scheme, young people can gain valuable employment experience whilst gaining nationally recognised qualifications.

Councillor John Hampton, Youth Champion for South Ayrshire Council said: “Through their participation in this programme each of the young people will gain a recognised qualification which is something that they can build on in the future. The practical experience that they will gain is invaluable and will help them to develop their personal skills.”

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C&M Training Assessor Celebrates Completion of 100’th Certificate of Technical Competence Candidate

January 2010

C&M Training’s lead assessor, Craig Chandler has just completed
the assessment of his one hundredth level 4 vocational qualification
in Waste Management which leads to a Certificate of Technical Competence.
The award was completed for Jose Cabellero of East Lothian Council.

Commenting on his achievement Craig said “I was somewhat surprised
when I counted up the number of assessments I had completed and realised
I was nearing 100! I have learnt a lot during the process and continue
to develop and improve. I am particularly pleased the 100th candidate
was from East Lothian Council as I know and have worked with many of
their staff”

Craig has delivered COTC assessment for 4 management staff and is currently
assessing some of their operational staff for SVQ level 2 waste management