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Apprentices at Ingham almost finished!

Starting in mid-June all of the apprentices at Acis have been involved in a void project. This project is all about bringing a property that has fallen into disrepair back into its prime.

The apprentices have started from scratch removing old kitchen and bathroom units, ripping off walls and ceilings and installing new electrical and plumbing systems.  

Since our last update a lot of work’s been done.

The apprentices are on the final stretch to handing in the property in Ingham. After six weeks of hard work they’re now adding final touches to the property.

The apprentices have been busy painting, installing doors, levelling the floors and tidying the garden as they’re awaiting new carpets and a new boiler. 

Another massive thank you goes out to local providers who’ve been supporting the apprentices along this journey with free supplies and labour. These include Gainsborough Carpets, Cascade Drains and Gainsborough Building Services.

Working on this project contributed 95% of the evidence the apprentices needed for their qualification. It’s been an amazing boost for their practical knowledge and a priceless experience for their careers.

With the pace and intensity that the apprentices have been working at, the home will be ready for a new family to move into in two weeks’ time.


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