Apprentice Adam praises HTS for giving him his big break

RECENTLY, we went down to HTS Ltd near River Way to interview apprentice Adam Goldspink-Burgess.

Adam, aged 23, has been quite a revelation since he started as a management and information system apprentice.

He got the job via the Harlow Jobs Fair.

Adam’s journey says an awful lot about Adam and says as much about HTS Ltd. It is clear that Adam’s job search has not been easy. He uses a wheelchair and you get the feeling that not every company has been as positive, as welcoming and as nurturing as HTS Ltd.

Adam is also a wheelchair racer and is often seen in races around the country. He will be flying around the country lanes outside Harlow on April 7th when he competes in the St Clare Hospice 10K.

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3 Responses to "Apprentice Adam praises HTS for giving him his big break"

  1. m ingall   March 27, 2019 at 9:27 am

    Congratulations Adam, I know you are a valued employee of the company.
    It’s great that HTS is proving to be such a success. HTS is a Harlow Council owned company, delivering environmetal and property services at a higher standard than its private predecessor and returning dividends to the Council whilst offering jobs and training opportunities to Harlow residents, paid at or above the living wage.

  2. durcant   March 27, 2019 at 10:15 am

    great interview from Adam.
    Massive thanks to the HTS team who are committed to apprenticeship and equality.
    A company owned by Harlow Council delivering real change.
    This is a strong message that privatising doesn’t always work and hope PAH can get the message.
    Wishing Adam a bright future with HTS

  3. Jon   March 28, 2019 at 9:02 am

    Well done to Adam and to HTS. I had the honour of meeting Adam and other HTS apprentices at the start of their journey the year before last, and it is great to see Adam continue to thrive. HTS is an exemplar to other Harlow companies in so many ways, whether it is a serious commitment to Apprenticeships, or paying the Real Living Wage. Well done to all involved.

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