Lyndhurst Precision lends a hand with training

Posted on 18 Jan 2019 and read 546 times
Lyndhurst Precision lends a hand with trainingLancashire-based Lyndhurst Precision Engineering — a provider of bespoke engineering solutions — is helping one of its customer’s apprentices with a vital part of his apprenticeship.

Brad Scott — currently in his fourth and final year as an apprentice with NIS Ltd in Chorley — required additional experience in machining.

NIS production manager Paul Jones and Stuart Walker, his counterpart at Lyndhurst, reached an agreement for Brad to join the latter on secondment to work on CNC machining centres.

Brad said: “I want to thank Lyndhurst Precision Engineering for welcoming me into their fantastic facility. I’ve learned a lot about CNC machining here, and my time working with both NIS and Lyndhurst has only added to my desire to pursue a career in engineering.”

Mark Marriner, managing director of Lyndhurst Precision Engineering (, said: “We produce components for the nuclear, defence, medical and renewable-energy sectors. This will give Brad a breadth of experience, and I hope he continues his studies and achieves a career in engineering.

“This is a great example of a positive working relationship between companies, sharing good practice and working collaboratively to achieve common goals.

“We hope that this can be the start of many more similar arrangements, to ensure that the talent of the future continues to grow and develop locally.”

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