Meet Studley’s SIX new Apprentices
WE CONTINUE TO INVEST IN OUR PEOPLE!
For the second year running, we have invested in four Mechanical Apprentices and two Electrical Apprentices.
Studley is committed to providing the highest quality practical and academic training to develop the future generation of engineering talent needed to drive our business forward.
As the company continues to grow, it is evident that our Apprenticeship Program lays paramount to our core values, with many of our past and current senior leaders beginning their careers as Apprentices themselves.
Future Studley Engineering Tradesmen – Jordan McDermott, Jack Burdett, Jake Boniface and Joel Killen. All four candidates will be studying for year full time at The Engineering College in Birkenhead, working towards their NVQ Level 3 before continuing in to the workplace.
Studley Electrical’s future Electrician’s Joe Fallows and Tom Porter. Both Joe and Tom will gain their Electrical Apprenticeships through spending time at our client sites, working closely with our tradesmen and studying at St Helen’s College where they will gain academic knowledge and training.
2017 Apprentice Update
We are pleased to welcome our 2017 Mechanical Apprentice intake to our workshop in Knowsley after successfully completing a year at The Engineering College, Birkenhead. Kyle Newton, Declan Nyhus, Tom Phillips and Charlie Brierton will continue their Pipefitting and Welding apprenticeships whilst being assessed in the workplace to achieve their NVQ Level 3 qualifications.
Studley Electrical’s Jonathan Burrows and Adam Barclay continue to prosper within the firm one year on. Both Jonathan and Adam have successfully completed the first year of their course at St Helen’s College, they are making excellent progress with their skills on site, along with gaining their PASMA certification.
Apprenticeships provide a valuable and credible career path for the brightest and best.
The Advanced Apprenticeships scheme is open to GCSE qualified candidates 16+ and starts with a year in college 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.