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Bradbury Apprentice Spotlight: Jamie

17th March 2017

“My name is Jamie Rimmington, I am nineteen years old, and I started my engineering apprenticeship with Bradbury over a year ago.

I have always had a part time job in engineering since I was 16 years old. I decided in my second year of studying a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering at North Lindsey College that I would rather be doing an apprenticeship, where I could get on the job training and develop my skills whilst still gaining qualifications.

I finished college a few months after starting my apprenticeship, meaning I work full time at Bradbury whilst I still complete the NVQ part of my apprenticeship.

Whilst I have been in the engineering department at Bradbury, I have developed my Solidworks knowledge, as well as learning new software such as radan tooling for the Trumpf and also metal studio and metal nest for the Salvagnini machine.”

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