The future of TÜV SÜD NEL's flow measurement programmes looks to be in good hands as yet another batch of apprentices rolled off the 4-year production line.
Scott Churchill, Harry Clark and Kieran Gallagher have now all completed their 4-year Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQ) 3 Level Apprenticeship. Scott and Kieran obtained HNCs in Mechanical Engineering and Harry passed his HNC in Electrical Engineering during the apprenticeship.
Kieran has taken up a role within the Infrastructure Group in East Kilbride, and is curently also sitting an HNC in Electrical Engineering on a part time basis. Harry is now a test engineer on the Elevated Pressure & Temperature facility within the James Young Building and is also studying for a BEng in Mechanical Engineering Systems. Scott took a position of test engineer operating the Single Phase Oil and Liquid Densitometer Calibration facilities.
Mark Ruston, Head of Infrastructure, Test and Calibration at TÜV SÜD NEL said¬
'It is great to see Harry, Kieran and Scott complete their modern apprenticeship; this is no mean feat when juggling college based theory with plenty of on-job activity. This great mixture means they are steeped in practicality and therefore a real asset to our industrial facilities based team. I congratulate them all.'
New apprentices Daniel Miller and Calum Wray were also on hand to receive the baton from the outgoing apprentices, and have now begun their 4-year training spell with TÜV SÜD NEL, but spend their first year studying for an NC in Electrical Engineering and completing a series of workshop based modules at the East Kilbride Group Training Association premises.
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