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Jason Gower, junior systems engineer reports on the work undertaken by GE Aviation apprentices at the Bath and West Show and Cheltenham Science Festival.
The development of the Industry Apprentice Council (IAC) has brought together apprentices from across the UK to contribute to national debates and advise government on policies.
Apprentices and graduates from Invensys Rail recently completed a challenging five day training and team-building programme working with the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway (F&WHR) in North Wales.
Apprentices from E.ON undertook a wide range of events during National Apprenticeship Week as part of their Brathay Challenge work.
Apprentice Lee Perrott project managed the latest Robot Rumble: an annual competition run by MBDA where school pupils design and build robots.
Two teams of nine apprentices from MBDA Lostock and Stevenage are competing against over 90 national companies to become the Brathay Apprentice Team of the Year 2013.
QinetiQ apprentices Simon Todd and Luke Greenaway are celebrating after both won gold medals at the prestigious World Skills UK competition at the Birmingham NEC.
The winners of the 2012 National Apprentice Awards were revealed during the opening ceremony of WorldSkills UK - The Skills Show last November, where a number of MBDA apprentices were celebrated for their achievements.
GE Aviation Systems runs a ‘mini project’ induction programme that all new graduates, interns and apprentices participate in. It is a three-week project where they get to experience the life cycle of a real project.
A shabby shed used by children at Southampton General Hospital has been transformed into a hip hangout thanks to a DIY makeover by SETA apprentices and staff.
The North West’s apprenticeship stars were revealed at a glamorous award event in September, held at Legends, Bentley Motors Ltd, Crewe.
Twenty-two MBDA apprentices came together to successfully organise and manage the company’s Farnborough International Airshow presence this summer.
A product designed and built by BAE Systems Electronic Systems apprentices in Rochester, Kent, is being tested in a British hospital to prove its ability to boost the morale of wounded service personnel in rehabilitation.
Apprentices at GE Aviation spent two weeks off-site on a team leading course, where they had the opportunity to meet and work with colleagues on the company’s graduate scheme, reports Stuart Andrews.
Jason Gower, a higher engineering apprentice for GE Aviation Systems was proud to reach the regional final of the IET Present around the World (PATW) competition.
Network Rail apprentices braved all kinds of weather and injuries to run a fund raising marathon for Cancer Research UK and Action for Children.