National Apprenticeship Week
It's National Apprenticeship Week. Apprenticeships are becoming a more favourable choice for young individuals seeking for an alternative to full-time education.
Secure Engineering Ltd. is proud to be the first company in the South East to offer apprenticeships with City and Guilds certification in Electronic Security and Emergency Systems.
The scheme is being piloted with two keen, young individuals who show great interest and bring some fresh ideas.
Adam Stannard aged 18; -
"…..The 'hands-on' approach to learning consisting of maintenance, call-outs and installations of security equipment, with current engineers, is very effective."
Harry Shrubb aged 16 ;-
"….I was lucky enough to come across the chance of this apprenticeship which stood out from the rest."
Secure Engineering is looking to add 2 new apprentices every year. We want to encourage young people to learn about designing, maintaining and commissioning sophisticated control systems and other electronic security equipment, as we have installed and maintained for over 23 years. North West Kent College was the only college who were very keen and willing to trial this type of certification.
The partnership between the college and us has been amazing. The college have under-promised and over-delivered.
For more information regarding the Apprenticeship Scheme, please contact Secure Engineering on 01622 844244 or email us.
For more information regarding the City & Guilds course, please contact Jacquie McDonnell at North West Kent College on 0800 074 1447.
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