Apprenticeship Success

Jonathan’s success is testimony to the career opportunities that Metsec apprenticeships provide. Metframe Drawing Office Manager, Jonathan Heardman reflects on his time at Metsec and the grounding that the company’s apprenticeship scheme gave his career development. “It’s not unusual for people to stay at Metsec for a long time, but little did I know when … Read more

Women in Engineering Award Winning Apprentice

To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we interviewed Abbiegail Hill, our award winning Junior Design Engineer Apprentice from our Metframe division. Abbiegail is currently studying an NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Technical Support whilst on the Level 3 Apprenticeship in Construction and The Built Environment.   “I chose Metsec because of its … Read more

IT Support Engineer Craig and his Apprenticeship

Craig started at Metsec just over 14 years ago and having already gained a number of IT related qualifications, Craig really wanted the experience in the industry. After hearing about apprenticeships in the local papers he went to an apprenticeship event where he spoke to Metsec. “I started Metsec as an apprentice based solely within … Read more

Project Engineer Adam talks about his Apprenticeship at Metsec

Adam has been at Metsec since 2012 and his interest in Engineering started at an early age. “I’ve always had a passion for how things work because as far as I can remember I was consistently taking my toys apart to see how they were made and what makes them work.” Adam Leddington. Adam discovered … Read more

Award-winning scheme promises a bright future for Apprentices

Apprentices at Oldbury-based cold-roll forming specialist, Metsec can look forward to one of the best starts to their professional careers when they succeed in winning a place on the company’s award-winning training scheme. The in-house training programme has seen Metsec achieve the accolade of Apprentice Employer of the Year, strengthening company’s reputation as one of … Read more

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