Congratulations to PSJ Fabrications Apprentices
PSJ Fabrications strongly believe in the importance of investing in the development of young people and are delighted to congratulate ATG Academy apprentices – Jordan Bates, Tom Welch and George Galbraith – on achieving their Extended Diplomas in Fabrication and Welding Level 3.
The ATG Academy apprenticeship programme is run by the parent company of PSJ Fabrications, The Automated Technology Group, and provides young people the opportunity to achieve nationally recognised qualifications and acquire the skills for a successful career in engineering and manufacturing through a combination of on-the-job training and technical study.
Jordan, Tom and George are the first apprentices PSJ Fabrications employed via The Academy. Since joining the programme in 2012 Jordan has become very proficient at stainless steel fabrication, Tom has been trained on the CNC punch and George has honed his skills in MIG welding – with all three apprentices becoming a vital part of the team.
PSJ Fabrications could not be more pleased with the results of the programme and the progress of the apprentices. The company looks forward to helping Jordan, Tom and George in their further professional development and wishes them the best of luck for the future.
For more information about the ATG Academy visit http://www.atg.gb.com/careers/the-academy/. In addition, you can also come and speak to the programme’s representatives at these upcoming events:
- What Career Live? – 26 and 27 February 2016, the NEC in Birmingham, stand C170
- The National Apprenticeship Show – 14 and 15 March 2016, Arena MK in Milton Keynes, stand 1