Workington’s TSP Engineering, a leading provider of innovative solutions in the field of Nuclear Engineering, is pleased to announce the recent addition of more talented professionals and additional apprentices to its team. These new hires and apprenticeships reflect the company's commitment to enhancing its expertise and fostering the next generation of nuclear engineering talent.
The new team members bring a wealth of experience and fresh perspectives, contributing to the company's reputation for excellence in nuclear engineering. With a focus on safety, innovation, and sustainable solutions, TSP Engineering continues to lead the way in delivering cutting-edge technologies and services to its clients.
"We are thrilled to welcome these skilled professionals and apprentices to our TSP Family," said Bob Mawson, Owner and Chairman of TSP. "Their diverse backgrounds and expertise will strengthen our capabilities, enabling us to provide even more innovative and efficient solutions to our Nuclear and Defence clients. We are committed to investing in West Cumbrian talent and ensuring the next generation of nuclear engineers receives the necessary training and support to thrive in this dynamic industry."
Sharon Baillie of Lakes College in West Cumbria said “Lakes College and TSP have worked closely together to recruit through the Apprenticeship Academy and deliver apprenticeships for a number of years. We have delivered degree apprenticeships from Level 3 to Level 6 with some exceptional results, it’s a privilege to train the engineers of the future right here in West Cumbria.”
In addition to welcoming skilled and experienced welders and fitters, TSP is proud to support the growth of the nuclear engineering field by providing more opportunities for apprenticeships. The company's apprenticeship program offers hands-on training, mentorship, and real-world experience, equipping aspiring engineers with the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in Nuclear Engineering.
"We believe in investing in the future of our industry," said Jo Armstrong, HR Advisor. "Our apprenticeship program is designed to nurture talent, providing a structured learning environment where apprentices can work alongside experienced professionals, gaining practical skills that will serve them well throughout their careers."
TSP remains committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce, empowering employees to thrive and contribute to the company's mission of advancing Nuclear Engineering for a sustainable future.
Pictured are the New and Existing Apprentices at TSP, along with Bob Mawson - Owner and Chairman of TSP, TSP’s Managing Director Bill Roberts, Jo Armstrong and Yvonne Dalton from the HR Team and Lewis Straughton from the Manufacturing Team.
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Note to Editors: About TSP Engineering: Tracing our history back to 1945, TSP Engineering was primarily established to meet demand in the iron and steel industry, equipped to make mining machinery, mine cars and ingot moulds. Today, TSP Engineering produces some of the most technically challenging nuclear engineering in the world.
Located on Britain’s Energy Coast in Workington, TSP Engineering delivers high quality, innovative bespoke solutions, delivering heavy engineering to precision, offer technical solutions to complex problems, with a full range of services from design, consultancy and project management, to manufacture and refurbishment along with electrical engineering, instrumentation and testing. the locality of our facilities, and engineering experience make TSP Engineering a key supplier to industries such as Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Defence, Fabrications and Machining, Steelmaking, Renewable Energy and Construction.