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Marshall-Tufflex celebrates National Apprentice Week with two apprentice graduates
Leading manufacturer of cable management systems Marshall-Tufflex has seen success with two apprentices, who have become full time employees within the Engineering Department following a three-and-a-half-year apprenticeship designed to tackle the skills shortage. Recognising the engineering skills gap within the construction industry, Marshall-Tufflex decided to invest in a comprehensive apprenticeship programme with local training provider SIGTA. Dave Cull, Engineering Manager at Marshall-Tufflex, says, “Nationally there is a huge shortage of…
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Electrical Careers – Dillon Jones, Electrical Design Engineer
In support of National Apprenticeship Week (8-14 February), The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) is sharing some great case studies to profile how far apprenticeships can take you in the electrical industry. Meet Dillon Jones, who started his career as an electrical apprentice and is currently an Electrical Design Engineer at Derry Building Services. Dillon also sits on the Institute for Apprenticeship & Technical Education’s apprenticeship panel and is a great…
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From Apprentice To Managing £30m Global Company
Engineer Daren Chesworth, from Wrexham, North Wales, attributes his career success to his apprenticeship – and is encouraging pupils leaving education this summer to consider apprenticeships as a route into a successful career. As reported by Wales Online, Daren is now maintenance manager at TC Transcontinental, where he is responsible for running the main department and training new apprentices. After finishing his degree apprenticeship in electronic engineering, he is now…