Teenage apprentice from East Goscote is learning the ropes on development site

William Woolhouse (second from left) is one of four undertaking an apprenticeship with David WIlson Homes East Midlands.
William Woolhouse (second from left) is one of four undertaking an apprenticeship with David WIlson Homes East Midlands.
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A teenager from East Goscote is learning new skills as one of four apprentices recently taken on by David Wilson Homes East Midlands.

William Woolhouse, 16, has been taken on as a carpentry and joinery apprentice, working on The Millstones site in Queniborough.

He will learn on the job and gain hands-on experience.

William, who is studying for an NVQ Level 2 in site joinery at Leicester College, said: “I chose to do an apprenticeship as I was really interested in joinery at school. I wanted to get into the world of work as soon as I could so I could learn more about it whilst gaining experience.

“I chose David Wilson Homes because I knew it is one of the biggest companies in the country with a great reputation and that it looks after its apprentices really well.”