From left: Paul Hudson – Technical Operations Director, John Marsden – Multi skilled Engineer Apprentice, Simeon John – Fabrication Engineer Apprentice and Neil Chew – Operations Manager
Extract Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of two engineering apprentices in cooperation with a local skills gap programme.
Following Extract’s successful apprenticeship history, the company is proud to participate in this important initiative by Kirklees College and Stafflex Recruitment in helping close the skills gap among teenagers and young adults.
Two apprenticeships were offered to Kirklees College students:
- Josh Marsden (left) – Multi skilled Engineer
- Simeon John (right) – Fabrication Engineer
Both students have accepted the offers and signed their contracts, with John starting mid August and Simeon beginning his ETL career next month.
Extract Technology is committed to the apprenticeship model as a way of introducing young adults into engineering and giving opportunities to advance their careers to senior levels. Over our thirty year history we have many examples of apprentices given opportunities to progress within the company two of whom are currently sitting directors proving there is no limit.
Ex-apprentices posing with the new trainees