Positive effects from apprentices in NC Bull!
The winter and spring have been educational times for us in Nordic Crane Bull. We have signed agreements with five new apprentices in the subjects of transport, cranes and industrial mechanics. Here the apprentices will gain a deeper understanding of the industry through training in the various subjects and a focus on HSE from day one. We follow the curricula for the each person’s subject and provide other obligatory courses outside the company where necessary.
Our focus on apprentices has a positive effect on operations and ensures future recruitment to an industry that is pretty traditional at times. We find that being able to follow these young people through their training is rewarding for both them and us.
New, eager colleagues are always welcome in an organisation. Our new apprentices have got stuck in and have a positive attitude towards learning what they need to learn to comply with HSE, legislation and rules. This way of learning new things is both positive and tough. Being trained by enterprising fellows at such a young age requires courage, an understanding of the subject, and a good portion of humility – which we can see our apprentices have.
We want to focus on apprentices in the future as well and also hope there are some lasses out there who “dare” take the next step into an exciting, educational trade that is always on the move, literally.
We wish Marius Brøvik (19) (Drammen, crane), Tom Stende (19) (Drammen, ind. mech.), Audun Aaserud (18) (Rommen/Oslo, ind. mech.), Jørgen Wais (19) (Dal, commercial driving) and Erlend Vedvik (20) (Dal, systems mechanic) welcome as apprentices and the best of luck.