School pupils from the Clyde Gateway area are celebrating their graduation from a course designed to introduce them to the engineering industry. Eleven young people from Trinity High School, St Mungo’s Academy and Stonelaw High School have spent ten weeks been participating in the annual &lsqu
Karen Jeffrey, trainee joiner (left) with Eimear McLaughlin, a summer placement student A new Graduate Apprenticeship scheme that gives company employees the opportunity to gain higher education through the workplace has been supported by Graham.
Pupils assemble their 3D-printed rocket cars as part of the Get Into Engineering Programme at Glasgow Kelvin College S5 pupils from the Clyde Gateway area are celebrating their graduation from a programme designed to introduce them to a career in the built environment industry.
The highly successful partnership between BESA Scotland and Glasgow Kelvin College is providing excellent benefits for young Scottish engineering apprentices. Four key engineering employers – FES, James Frew, MAQ Air Conditioning and City Refrigeration – have shown their commitment to developing
Cruden Building director Gordon Lee and Wendy Kilshaw who has just completed the latest Learning Works course Opportunities for jobless people to learn new skills have been given a £5,000 boost from generous construction firm Cruden Building.