Our Aviation Technical Training division is happy to announce a new award scheme for its maintenance apprentices. The scheme will reward those who work hard and are exemplary students on the 24 month course.
The two awards are: Apprentice of the Year and Outstanding Apprentice Achievement of the Year
Our experienced instructors will be looking for students who are totally dedicated to their work and who try their very best in all tasks required of them and their team. The Outstanding Apprentice Achievement award will go to the person who has demonstrated a particular success in any part of the course.
Each of the chosen apprentices will be awarded a piece of aircraft metal as a ‘trophy’ for their good work.
The first trophy will be presented in May 2015 and will be an engine fan blade that has been placed in an acid bath and then polished and mounted on wood.
As an added incentive the winners of the awards will receive one free B level module of their choice, to further their skills.
Peter Foreman, Training Manager said: “All our apprentices learn complex skills from the moment they walk into the classroom, right through to the hangar floor. This is our opportunity to reward those apprentices who go that little bit further for their own development and the development of those around them.”