Leeds Welding has welcomed several apprentices to its site, growing skills across a wide range of roles. Most recently added to the team are Jack, Josh and Harry – who are pictured here with Adam Frame our Works Manager.
The successful candidates have joined the growing team at Leeds Welding, whose policy of continuous investment in equipment and technology ensures that they stay at the leading edge of the industry.
Richard Eaglen, Managing Director of Leeds Welding said:
“We are delighted to be able to take on more apprentices. “We’ve learned very quickly that apprentices add real value to the team and the culture here at LWC. We now have a great mix of personalities and skills and even some of the older team members are learning from the younger ones.
It’s great to be able to offer these talented youngsters the opportunity to fulfil their potential by offering full study support, mentoring on site and working with the very latest manufacturing equipment and processes.”
The apprenticeship scheme at LWC starts with day release at college and rotation around the many different departments in the factories. During year 1, the apprentices are mentored by key individual team members, and will go on to specialise after this year in whichever area they are enjoying most or showing the most skill.
New apprentices Jack (far right), Josh (2nd from the left), Harry (far left) with Works Manager Adam Frame (2nd from the right)