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Case study – Nathan Gonzales-Brown

Nathan is an Acton resident and had completed his Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing Studies when JBT first met him. Even before then, Nathan always wanted to do more hands-on work, whether in the boxing ring or doing freelance electrical work with his dad.    

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Case Study – Nomsa (Titch) Ntuli

Titch is a Borough of Brent resident and at the time of her induction with JBT had achieved her Level 2 Diploma in Painting and Decorating at Barnet and Southgate College. Titch’s first placement was on Durkan Ltd’s Electric House programme. This was the first big development site she had been on so she was […]

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Case Study – Supanja Pueaboonmak-Davies

Supanja Pueaboonmak-Davies is a Level 4 Apprentice studying Site Supervision at Neath Port Talbot College in Wales. Whilst she was studying for something she was passionate about, she realised it was going to be a real struggle finding work to complete the NVQ Vocational aspect in Site Supervision locally.   This prompted her to move […]

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Case Study – Steve Coba

Steve went to see Southern Housing Group to ask if there were any job opportunities. As a resident of Samuel Lewis Trust, Lisgar Terrace Estate, Steve Coba was an ideal candidate to join the apprentices on the Lisgar Terrace Phase 1 regeneration project. JBT subsequently inducted Steve into the Construction Programme, provided him with his […]

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Case Study – Matthew Rickard

Matthew was introduced to JBT by James Burke, an advisor for the Xcite Employment Project run by Harrow Council. JBT made sure he had all the tools and PPE he needed, and got him a placement on the Rayner’s Lane Estate courtesy of Homegroup Housing Association and Developer Galliford Try. The bricklaying programme on the […]

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Case Study – Kyle Murray-Aaron

Kyle Murray-Aaron is an Ealing resident who had studied Electrical Installation at Ealing Hammersmith and West London College. Unable to find a construction work placement Kyle worked for M&S, stacking shelves. “I first met Kyle whilst doing some consultancy work for a client and was impressed with the way he conducted himself and his obvious […]

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