Jack Campbell, an Electrical Apprentice in the Assembly & Test Shop at Gateshead, has successfully completed an Advance Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture (Electrical installation and commissioning). Jack has now been appointed Electrical Fitter.
Jack is pictured being presented with his certificate by Duncan Ellison, Assembly Business Manager in the Electrical Department at Gateshead, where Jack is currently working on the door panel behind him, which is part of a set of control panels.
Max Howes, a Mechanical Apprentice in the Assembly & Test Shop at Gateshead, in his final year, has now completed his academic studies and has achieved a glowing double grade of Distinction*Distinction in his BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering. Max is pictured being presented with his certificate by Duncan Ellison, Assembly Business Manager in the Assembly Fitting Shop in front of a set of wheels and axles which Max had just completed the freeze fitting of them.
Well done to both Jack and Max, excellent achievements, both are a credit to the business and their families.
About Clarke Chapman
Clarke Chapman formerly Rolls Royce Materials Handling division (incorporating Stothert & Pitt, Cowans Sheldon and Wellman Booth) can trace their roots back well over a century. Today Clarke Chapman produces highly specialised handling equipment and support services for the nuclear, steel, rail and other industries. The group operates from strategic locations throughout the UK. Since 2000 the company has been a part of Langley Holdings PLC a diverse, UK based, global engineering group which employs over 4000 people worldwide and annual revenues approaching €1bn.