ENGINEERING STUDENT WORKS ON TRANSFORMATION PROJECTS
An ambitious Bury engineer is proud to be working on multi-million pound development projects across the UK.
Former Philips High School pupil Chris Edwards secured a Higher Apprenticeship in Engineering at William Hare Group following his Level 3 Engineering Diploma at Bury College. Following a rigorous application process which involved a written application and face-to-face interview, Chris was delighted to be offered the opportunity.
20 year old Chris is now enjoying gaining experience working as a Technical Apprentice at HARE, which is recognised as one of the UKs leading independent steel fabrication company with an annual turnover in excess of £190 million.
Chris is currently working on Manchester Airport’s £1bn expansion where he is updating drawings of the new super terminal. In addition to this, Chris is also working on plans for the Battersea Power Station.
Chris said, “It’s amazing working at HARE I have felt really welcomed since I started and the company ethos and values are great. Prior to my Bury College studies I didn’t know what I wanted to do but I feel really grateful that my tutors supported me and have driven me towards the success of securing a job in the Engineering industry.”
Upon completion of his Higher Apprenticeship Chris would like to complete a Masters.
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