EWLF Class of 2019

The new academic year at the Eric Wright Learning Foundation is in full swing.

Founded in 2005, the Foundation has seen thousands of learners pass through its doors. 2019 is no different and sees learners from 9 local schools enrolling onto a wide range of vocational courses in a number of key areas. These include bricklaying, plastering, carpentry and joinery, painting and decorating, mechanical and electrical and plumbing.

We are sure to see them throughout their time at the Eric Wright Learning Foundation and wish them a successful and enjoyable first year with us.

In 2018 we supported 1,505 learners including 67 bursaries, totalling £33k and our 31 careers ambassadors across EWG will be looking to support a number of career events across the North West to encourage further students to join our industry, some of which may start their careers at the Eric Wright Learning Foundation.  Last year alone, our career ambassadors engaged with over 46,000 students!

For more information on the Eric Wright Learning Foundation visit our website: www.ewlf.co.uk



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