Plymouth recruiter helps charity get tooled up

TQR makes substantial donation to Norpro Training

The Plymouth based recruitment firm Total Quality Recruitment (TQR) have made a substantial donation to the Marine Engineering arm of the charity Norpro Training. The donation will allow Norpro to significantly improve the all important tool kit that their apprentices have access to.

Norpro Training help young people in Plymouth and they fundamentally believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn and develop a skill regardless of their circumstance or disadvantage. The courses that they offer have played a significant part in helping many young people turn their lives around and prepare them for a better future.

TQR are a high performance recruitment team who pride themselves on looking to the future, which is why supporting the Norpro project was particularly relevant. TQR work with some of the biggest and best businesses in the South West and they are constantly working alongside those businesses as a partner, matching recruitment ‘wants, needs and desires’ so that the job can get done every single time.

Commenting on the news, Managing Director, David Freeman said: “Successful recruitment is all about understanding and investing in people which is exactly why TQR were happy to support Norpro in this way. Their mission statement is ‘Inspiring people to want to learn’ and we hope that this donation will go some way to helping individual apprentices achieve that … we have already been able to assist some Norpro students find employment with some of our clients, we also look forward to helping more talented engineers find employment in the future.”

Brian Weatherston, Technical Manager at Norpro commented; “We really appreciate  TQR’s generous donation. The tools that we have managed to acquire will give us the opportunity to offer Level 1 Marine Engineering courses that will reach out to young kids and provide a real taste of what a career in marine engineering has to offer.”

For further information, please contact:

Steve Gyseman, Fuel Communications


Telephone: 01752 426333

October 2018

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