16th March 2016
Celebrating our successful apprentices throughout National Apprenticeship Week
One of our most exceptional apprentices, Ashley is a bright and motivated individual who has demonstrated outstanding contribution to the business. Also one of our more experienced, now with Grenville for 3 years, he has now moved into gaining experience in a technical capacity. Ashley works with our planning engineers on various complex projects using our 3D CAD software.
During his time at Grenville he has already won a number of awards for his contribution towards engineering, in particular the JCB award for Excellence in Engineering from NSEGTA (North Staffs Engineering Group Training Association).
Ashley is now an integral part of the team and will be working towards a higher apprenticeship and a foundation degree.
One of our latest apprentices who is already showing great promise, having started only 4 months ago. Jake is a conscientious individual and has been involved in welding fabrications for a new customer. His level of work has benefited the company and he continues to make a valuable contribution.
Jake commented ” My experience so far has been really good and I have settled in well within the team. I like to see the outcome of the parts we produce and also having the opportunity to work on larger projects. I am looking forward to working in other areas throughout my apprenticeship”
Another Jake! Over the past year Jake has grown in confidence and has developed his skills in different operations throughout Grenville. He has adapted and enhanced his knowledge in the fabrication industry in particular working on a number of jobs covering a diverse range of our customers.
His remarks on his apprenticeship journey so far “I have learnt a lot over the year and have enjoyed working on different projects. My experience so far has been great and it has helped to build my knowledge and skills for the future”
Sam has been with the company for 2 years and has gained a greater insight into relevant skills within a manufacturing environment. In conjunction with our training service provider NSEGTA (North Staffs Engineering Group Training Association).
Sam has developed his experience across a number of areas from machining, general fabrication, goods despatch and assembly work.
Recently Sam passed his welding qualification test and will be working towards level 3 in his apprenticeship, and continues to make a valuable contribution
“I have enjoyed my apprenticeship and it is a good environment to work in, I have worked within a team for some of the companies biggest customers. I’m looking forward to working on my level 3 apprenticeship”
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