Stafford apprentice profiles

We think that one of the best ways for you to find out more about apprecticeships at Perkins is to hear from the people who have recently been apprentices.

 

Glenn McDonough

Since starting I have gained knowledge of how the Perkins 4000 series is built, so far I’ve spent time in machining, assembly and quality, which has given me a great insight into what is involved in building an engine however, I know there is a lot still to learn.

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Jack Hamer

I have always learned best when I am hands-on with a task. Therefore an apprenticeship was perfect for me as it allowed me to gain my qualifications, whilst applying my skills learned in college when at work. I can relate college work to projects within the company to give myself a greater understanding of the modules being covered.

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Jonathan Benge

Since starting I have been two days at college learning Level 2 City and Guilds and a Level 2 NVQ in engineering, which I’m thoroughly enjoying. At Perkins I have been on working with the quality assurance department, the Vee Crankcase Machining and on the Assembly Line.

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