Interserve reaffirms its commitment to training

Interserve is building on the success of its graduate training programme with the recruitment of a larger intake in 2013. The scheme is tailored to Interserve’s private-sector support-services business. Graduates joining the programme benefit from working in a major company that has recently become the first facilities-management and support-services employer to become a BIFM recognised centre, delivering the BIFM qualifications in facilities management through in-house programmes.

Interserve has also been instrumental in piloting and delivering a range of industry-first programmes across the business, including the facilities management NVQ Level 3 and the cleaning, hard services and FM apprenticeship. The company has been awards a grade 2 Ofsted rating (of a 4-point grading system) for its education services.

As part of its SustainAbilities programme, Interserve has made a strong commitment to apprenticeships by citing 500 new places will be made available group wide over the next five years.

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