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Tarmac welcomes new graduates

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World Cement,

Tarmac has reaffirmed its commitment to skills development by welcoming 37 university leavers to its nationwide graduate scheme.

Each recruit will work within an established team to complete a two-year placement that offers graduates a balance of hands-on –experience that develops their skills in a chosen specialism, along with a formal training programme.

This new intake marks the third successive year of Tarmac’s graduate programme.

Commenting on the scheme, Martin Riley, senior vice president, Tarmac, said: “Delivering projects of all scales requires skilled people and attracting new entrants to the sector is key. Our graduate scheme is just one of the ways that we are demonstrating our commitment to developing our future leaders at Tarmac and enabling individuals to make their mark on our business.”

Louise Aspinall, area technical manager covering the North East of England and Northern Ireland, said: “Over the last two years, I’ve increased my knowledge and worked across a number of projects while at the same time undertaking training opportunities offered by the business. It’s been a privilege to work on some major infrastructure projects and I look forward to progressing my career at Tarmac.”

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