Apprentices from Kingston College School of Engineering will hold an open evening and certificate presentation on Wednesday 30th June to celebrate their success and to promote the courses and facilities on offer at the college.
The apprentices have successfully completed the Engineering Industrial Training Course, a one year off-the-job training and assessment scheme, which comprises an NVQ Level 2 in Performing Engineering Operations and a technical certificate in the key skills of ‘Operations and Maintenance Engineering’.
Companies that support the course such as BAA, Thames Water, Tubelines, Nestle UK Ltd, Mars, John Guest and South West Trains amongst others, will be attending the event.
Malcolm Simpson, the Head of School of Engineering comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity to see some of the work that goes on in our Faculty and in the Engineering Training Centre and meet the students and teachers involved. The evening celebrates the success of the apprentices and culminates with presentations. Students and staff are encouraged to drop in and take a look around.”
The apprentices work will be on show from 5pm in the College’s Engineering Training Centre.