HEXAGON'S HELPING HAND FOR YOUNG ENGINEERS

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Hexagon Metrology UK is showing its commitment to supporting the next generation of engineers by taking on three apprentices.

Adam Rumney, aged 20, from Wem, together with Jake Walters and Joe Weston, both 18, of Telford and Cannock respectively, are flourishing at the Telford-based measurement solutions provider.

Adam and Jake are studying for HNCs in engineering after recently completing their BTEC Level 3 diplomas in manufacturing engineering while Joe is in his second year of the same BTEC course.

They attend Telford’s College of Arts and Technology where they are also taking NVQs alongside their other studies.

“Our apprentices are valued members of our team and contribute fully within the departments they are assigned to,” commented Fiona Siswick, Special Products Co-ordinator at Hexagon Metrology UK.

The busy firm, which holds the Investors in People Gold award, is already planning to recruit more apprentices within the next 12 months.

If you would like to learn more about this story or Hexagon Metrology, then please use the 'Get In Touch' button or call the office on 0870 446 2667 and be sure to mention Made In The Midlands.

Photo caption l to r: Gary Brice, Special Products Business Manager, apprentices Jake Walters, Joe Weston, Adam Rumney and Fiona Siswick, Special Products Co-ordinator.


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