Six more apprentices for Reliance Precision

Posted on 25 Sep 2017 and read 561 times
Six more apprentices for Reliance PrecisionHuddersfield-based Reliance Precision (, a specialist engineering firm that manufactures custom-built precision instruments for customers world-wide, has welcomed six new recruits onto its engineering apprenticeship scheme.

This year’s students, between 16 and 20 years old, will now embark on a four-year programme designed to
develop their mechanical engineering skills.

Robert Farrell, apprentice training co-ordinator, said: “We had a very high standard of applicants this year. The successful candidates displayed a genuine interest in mechanical engineering throughout the whole application process, and each demonstrated their abilities effectively.

“All are keen and eager, with a desire to learn, and show real signs of ambition for the future. This year’s intake are drawn from a slightly wider geographical area than previously, an indication perhaps of the work we have been doing to develop relationships with schools in the region.”

The apprentices will spend their first year in Reliance Precision’s newly refurbished apprentice training area, where they will learn their core engineering skills; they will also attending Kirklees College Engineering Centre on a day release basis.

Company managing director Andrew Wright said: “We are delighted that the reputation of the Reliance apprenticeship scheme continues to build and we aim to offer the best mechanical engineering training in the region.

“The latest six apprentices look set to maintain our high standards and I look forward to watching them build great
careers here.”

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