Advanced composite manufacturer Teledyne CML Composites has launched an apprenticeship scheme to secure the future availability of skilled personnel as the company gears up to meet long term plans for growth.
In co-operation with the Maritime Engineering College North West, the scheme will see candidates coached in all aspects of composite manufacturing from material properties, design engineering, production methods, customer support and applications of composite parts in industry sectors such as aerospace, defence and automotive/motorsport.
Upon completion of the three year apprenticeship scheme, the successful candidates will attain an NVQ Level 3 extended diploma in Composite Manufacturing Engineering.
“Recent success in securing a number of long term contracts has highlighted a need to put in place a resource to train skilled engineers to help us continue the plans we have to make Teledyne CML Composites a global supplier. The apprenticeship scheme will provide us with skilled engineers to take on new projects, but also give our current customers comfort that we have plans in place to secure long term continuity of supply, said John Toner, General Manager.
Teledyne CML Composites provides a comprehensive composites manufacturing service in advanced engineering applications, including components and assemblies for aircraft structures and systems.
Teledyne CML Composites can supply the complete turnkey package, from engineering, lay-up, curing, CNC machining, assembly, paint and NDT, which coupled with the added benefit of having in-house metal fabrication and machining capabilities, a “one stop shop” can be offered to the customer looking for a complete composite manufacturing solution.
For further information, please contact Richard Holcroft, Business Development Manager at email@example.com