Eminox apprentices were delighted to support a Science, Technology, Education and Maths (STEM) event recently, at Queen Elizabeth’s High School in Gainsborough, just a couple of miles from our head office.
The event was to showcase the amazing range of careers in STEM fields and our apprentices, Thomas Tuddenham, Level 3 apprentice and Project Leader, and Level 2 apprentices Rhys Dickinson, Archie Housham and Kaydn Bernard were on hand to share their experiences as apprentices with Eminox.
Our apprenticeship programme is well established, and we were proud to have received the Make UK Engineering Apprenticeships: Employer Kitemark Accreditation in July 2022 which recognises employers of engineering apprentices who do that little bit more.
The accreditation is given once the companies have undertaken a 12-month accreditation process that includes satisfaction surveys of existing engineering apprentices and benchmarking of the company’s apprenticeship scheme against industry best practices.
Natalia Bird, HR Director, Eminox commented; “This accreditation means apprentices who are already with us, and those looking to join us can be confident we are an employer who places great emphasis on delivering a high standard of engineering apprentices and ensures that they have a long-term future with the business by creating clearly defined pathways.
“Having our apprentices attend local career and education events helps us to attract the next candidates to help us continue the pioneering work we do to develop technologies for a greener future.”
Further information about the apprenticeship accreditation from Make UK can be found by visiting The Manufacturers’ Organisation | Make UK