Full Time Employment for Apprentices

Adam Jackson & Luke Hickman started their engineering apprenticeship with Jenks & Cattell Engineering and City of Wolverhampton College in 2017 as a work-based learning scheme with study day release. They completed their Advanced Apprenticeship (level 3) in September 2020, but unfortunately COVID has delayed their certification presentation until now.

Adam works in our quality department and his course focussed on technical support, whereas Luke’s course had engineering maintenance at its core to suit his employment in our maintenance department.

Both apprentices have been offered full time employment following their 3-year course at Jenks & Cattell following the completion of their course – we would like to offer them our congratulations and a well done for completing 3 years of studying.

Their certificates were presented to them formally by Paul Wilcox, Production Engineering Manager who mentors Luke, and Darren Mason, Senior Quality Engineer who mentors Adam. Glenn Madeley from the college was in attendance, who also plays a key role in co-ordinating and organising our apprentices and ensures their studies enhance their skills to specific job roles at Jenks & Cattell, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Glenn for his hard work and dedication.

Jenks & Cattell Engineering have worked alongside City of Wolverhampton College for a decade having continuously ran our apprenticeship programme since 2010.

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