Green services provider Idverde has launched its new UK based Performance Campus, a programme that offers learning and development opportunities for the group’s employees.
The launch of the High Elms Country Park campus in Bromley also marks the completion of the Europe-wide roll out the facilities, with Idverde CEO Doug Graham welcoming the first batch of apprentices for Level 2 Horticulture.
The scheme includes proper classroom training, learning practical skills alongside a ‘buddy’, revision, reading, research, assignments and preparation.
Graham said: “I am passionate about the development of our people. Our launch of the Performance Campus in the UK enables us to further develop our own people and grow our own talent within the organisation.”
Luke Saggers, a new apprentice, said: “I think the induction day was a great day overall. There was so much information passed onto us about the company and the course, and it was good to get to know other apprentices and the mentors who will be helping us along the way.
“I think the course will be very beneficial to me and broaden my knowledge, and help me in the long-run in my career with idverde.”