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Second round of apprenticeship scheme launched

Mitsubishi Electric and its partners have launched the second year of a National Apprenticeship Scheme to train the air conditioning engineers of the future.

Mitsubishi Electric and its partners have launched the second year of a National Apprenticeship Scheme to train the air conditioning engineers of the future.

 

Welcoming the new recruits to the industry at a launch event held at the company’s Hatfield headquarters, technical training manager Chris Holmes explained that Mitsubishi Electric and its partners had recognised that there was a real need to help bring new blood into the industry.

 

He said: “We have been really proud with how well the recruits from last year have come on and for our second year we are delighted that more of our partners have recognised the value to both their own businesses and the wider industry in helping ensure the highest levels of training for future engineers”.

 

The partner companies involved in the second round of apprentices are: Accurate Mechanical Services; Alpollo Air Conditioning; Aria Building Services; Bry-Kol FM; CCN Limited; Cool Systems Holdings; Crowther & Shaw; Formost Air Conditioning; Greenhill Air Conditioning; Iceboys (Pure Air); NDS Mechanical Services; Sovereign Planned Services; Watford Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.

 

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