Eric Wright Group Offered Work Placements to Professional Construction Students

Eric Wright Group have offered a 12 month work placement to 4 Professional Construction students from the Eric Wright Learning Foundation.

The students joined us on Monday 21 January 2019 and will undertake a full induction programme so that they have an overview of the business.  Each student will then be working alongside a different business unit (Eric Wright Construction, Eric Wright Civil Engineering, Eric Wright Water and Eric Wright Facilities Management) in order for them to get a full understanding of the services that the company offers to their clients.

We are absolutely delighted to be able to offer this opportunity to the students and trust that the experience that they gain will help improve their knowledge and confidence within the construction industry, thereby putting them in good stead for their future careers.

We will endeavour to post updates of their progression throughout their work placement across both our company website and social media channels.

The Eric Wright Learning Foundation is financed by the Eric Wright Charitable Trust and is delighted to have partnered with Preston’s College, enabling the support of more young learners across a wide range of vocational programmes.  If you would like more information on the Eric Wright Learning Foundation, please visit

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