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DWS Apprenticeship Scheme

The DWS Apprenticeship Scheme

 

The DWS Apprentices

DWS is proud of its Apprenticeship Scheme, which has now been running since 2010. The scheme provides vocational training to equip young people with the skills required for them to become the best, most committed employees. The scheme creates a continuous channel of education, on-the-job-training and career progression potential for young people between the ages of 16 – 21.

The Modern Apprenticeship Scheme that we run can last between one and six years, depending on the level. Our apprentices work with experienced members of staff to develop job-specific skills, as well as studying for their BTec Level 3 and NVQ qualifications at local colleges.

Six apprentices have now qualified and are employed by DWS in a full-time capacity. Five apprentices will be continuing their studies to BTec Level 7 (Higher National Certificate) at Bradford College.

 

Qualified Apprentices

Josh Page   Adam Murray   Tom Firth
Josh Page Adam Muarry Tom Firth
Product Development Service IT
Engineer Engineer Administrator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





For those apprentices about to qualify, two will be going to work in our Service Department and one in Production.

Joseph Murray   Harry Palmer   Daniel Lovell  
Joseph Murray Harry Palmer Daniel Lovell

 

 

 

 

 




We have also recently recruited our first female apprentice, who joins us in July 2018.

Our Newest Recruits

Jake Allen   Callum Milthorpe
Jake Allen Callum Milthorpe

 

We are always on the lookout for new talent so if you are aged between 16 and 18 and would like to apply for an apprenticeship with DWS, please write to Fergus Murray, Engineering Director at:

Don Whitley Scientific Limited
Victoria Works
Victoria Street
Bingley
West Yorkshire
BD16 2NH

 

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