The second Kotuku Environmental Labour Project (KELP) course of 2014 starts on Monday and includes a visit to Powerday the following Monday for the nine candidates.
The course is designed to help young unemployed Londoners into long term employment by equipping them with basic skills and qualifications, and matching them with work opportunities in the construction and waste management industries.

The visit to Powerday includes a tour of the site and presentation by Sales & Marketing Director, Simon Little.

Andrew Pears, Managing Director, Kotuku says: "The opportunity to have someone of Simon's calibre talking to the candidates and showing them round the site is unique. The individuals gain invaluable experience of the working environment which is a vital part of process and Powerday opens their eyes to modern waste management and resource efficiency. Everyone comes back from this day amazed and enthusiastic."

Powerday's support has enabled KELP to train over 50 candidates and find placements for more than 40.