It is with great joy that we welcome our new 2016 apprentice intake into the business. The six machining apprentices and five technical apprentices started at the Workington site on 1 April 2016.
The machining apprentices have spent 12 months at the Gen2 training facility gaining the basic skills to now move into the main TSP Engineering manufacturing facility where they will get an immense variety of components to work on for blue chip clients in various market sectors including Nuclear, Defence and Oil and Gas. At the end of their training they will receive a Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering.
The five technical apprentices have been at Gen2 since September 2015 and will spend their time rotating around the various departments such as Commercial, Procurement, QA, Finance, Planning and Logistics. They will get a comprehensive view as to how the business operates and supports its clients from all angles. Once completed they will achieve a Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Engineering Technical Support.
Director of Operations, John Coughlan said “The quality our clients expect in the market sectors we operate in require working to the highest possible standards and the new apprentices will gain valuable knowledge in working to those highest levels.”
Pictured L to R: Shaun Little, Stephen Burrows, Ethan Weir, Leejay Brookes, Liam Foster, Aiden Procter, Matthew Singleton, Kieran Moore, Rebecca Beattie, Brent Farrington and Owen McCartney