NEW APPRENTICESHIP ACHIEVEMENTS SIGNAL LANEMARK’S CONTINUING COMMITMENT TO PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENTMember News
The commitment to personnel development that is one of the key elements behind the ongoing success of process gas burner specialist, Lanemark Combustion Engineering Ltd. is, once again, in clear view. The Nuneaton-based company is announcing the successful completion of apprenticeship courses by four key employees – all of whom have now gained Advanced Apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering.
“All four deserve our congratulations for achievements that pay testimony to their commitment to the company and their technical capability,” says Paul Collier, Lanemark’s Managing Director. “We have long been committed to creating career and skill development routes for all of our employees and this is the latest example of this approach in practice.”
Conrad Hackett, Joe Brown and Rhys Bennett all achieved Advanced Apprenticeship certification in Mechanical Engineering, underlining their position as core members of Lanemark’s production team. “Rhys and Conrad’s focus has been on electrical panel building while Joe has concentrated on all areas of our burner production,” adds Paul Collier.
At the same time, Matthew Jee, who has also achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Maintenance Engineering, has become the first apprentice at the company to follow the full maintenance pathway by also completing additional external training to become an ACS-qualified Gas Safe registered engineer.
“As we continue to grow, it is clear that the skills that all four now possess represent our belief in ongoing development. Apart from being of clear benefit to the apprentices themselves, the achievements are of particular note both to Lanemark as a company and, of course, our customers both in the UK and internationally,” concludes Paul Collier.