Attracting new talent to the world of electrical and mechanical engineering has proved difficult over the past decade or so. However, CET Calibration is committed to developing the next generation of calibration experts, so last month we took on another apprentice to strengthen our laboratory team.
17-year-old Louis Chadwick will be developing his skills as a laboratory technician, under the government apprentice scheme, within each of our five on-site labs.
The ability to operate across a diverse range of calibration laboratories is a core component of the value our technicians and engineers offer to our customers. It ensures we are able to operate efficiently, meet tight turnaround times and exceed expectations.
Louis’s apprenticeship will be for 2 years, at the end of which he will receive his city & guilds award.
Operations Director and Head of lab, Chris Locke said of Louis:
“Louis has already proved himself to be a hard-working individual with a thirst for knowledge and shows great initiative in such a technical environment. It’s great to know that there are committed and enthusiastic people out there who want to learn and grow with CET Calibration.
We look forward to helping Louis through his apprenticeship and welcome him as a valuable member of the CET Calibration team.”