Our commitment to training the future generation of the industrial engineering industry has been proven with our latest Apprentice recruitment drive.
We have enrolled five future Tradesmen into our renowned Apprenticeship Programme this year, four Apprentice Electricians and one Apprentice Pipefitter Welder.
Given the difficult labour market regarding the shortage of skilled labour, we believe that its more important than ever to invest in Apprenticeships to train and develop local young talent.
Michael Reynolds, Jamie Healey, Callan Hayes and Sean Rogers, pictured above with Directors Gary Swift and Neil Corrigan have begun their on site training with Studley Electrical. Working closely with our qualified Approved Electricians on our clients site, they will be learning first hand, practical and invaluable skills to assist them in their academic studies at St Helen’s College.
Mechanical Apprentice, Charlie Jones is currently gaining his practical knowledge working alongside our tradesmen within our workshop in Knowsley. Charlie attends The Engineering College in Birkenhead on a weekly basis, working towards his NVQ Level 3. He will progress to our client sites in the next year.
The Studley Apprenticeship Programme is the heart of our business, it lays paramount to our core values and is instrumental in the growth of the company. Many of our past and present senior leaders began their careers as Apprentices, some of whom started as a Studley Apprentice themselves.
The Advanced Apprenticeships scheme is open to GCSE qualified candidates 16+ and starts with studying for an NVQ3 in their chosen trade, a Technical Certificate, as well as training in key skills such as pipe fitting, welding and mechanical fitting, will then further and fulfil their chosen roles.
The Electrical Apprenticeship Scheme is open to GCSE qualified candidates 18+ and starts with a mixture of practical learning on industrial sites and block release to college.
We will begin our search for the 2023 intake towards Summer.