Manthorpe Apprentice Graduation

Added 29.07.2015

The latest generation of Manthorpe engineers have celebrated completing their apprenticeships at a prestigious ceremony at Derby College’s historic Roundhouse venue.

Jake Nightingale, Jordan Frederickson, Patrick McCormack and Daniel Mee were awarded their HNC certificates by a graduation panel led by Chris Hughes, Chairman of the Governing Council at Derby University.

They are the latest in a long line of Manthorpe apprentice graduates, which has produced over 30 highly-skilled engineers in the past 10 years. Manthorpe continues to be one of the largest employers of apprentices through the Rolls-Royce training school.

“Our apprentice programme continues to provide us with highly-capable and committed engineers, who have had some of the best training available to them at the Rolls-Royce apprenticeship academy,” Mark Elliott – Special Projects Director said.

“Our apprenticeship graduates have progressed into all areas of our business, from five-axis machinists and CMM operators to sales and manufacturing engineers. They continue to be vital part of our long-term plans.”

Whilst the Manthorpe apprenticeship programme offers school leavers the chance to learn at a world-class training school, it also gives real-world engineering experience in an encouraging working environment.

If you are interesting in a career in engineering, please feel free to contact Manthorpe on [email protected], visit our Apprentices page.