Maintenance service firm offers help to teenagers

23 February 2012 by
Maintenance service firm offers help to teenagers

Leading London provider of maintenance services for hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and venues, Olive Services](, has linked up with Camden Jobtrain to launch its first apprenticeship for struggling teenagers.

The project will see Olive engineers mentor year 10-11 students, who have been excluded from school, through real-life work experience across its clientele.

"This engaging, practical apprenticeship will offer these teenagers the chance to learn a real life trade, that will greatly benefit their future," commented Olive managing director Sol Goodall.

By Angela Frewin

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