Capula celebrates Class of 2023 graduations

Industrial automation and control systems integrator for digital solutions Capula is celebrating its Class of 2023, with achievements coming from a range of engineering disciplines, with studies taking place at academic institutes in Staffordshire and the North of England.

With four of its apprentices graduating from Staffordshire University following the completion of the Level 6 Embedded Electronic Systems Design & Development Engineer apprenticeship. Adam Cann achieved a First Class BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering and is continuing to build on his engineering experience by focussing on protection and control solutions for energy customers.

Thomas Mitchell attained a 2:1 and continues to flourish in his role and was recently nominated for Apprentice of the Year award at Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce.

Upon graduating with a 2:1, Jack Allport and Lewis Egerton achieving a 2:2 continue their career at Capula working in the Service and Support department and supporting a range of critical national infrastructure engineering projects.

Caitlin Howells completed her Level 4 HNC in Engineering Manufacturing Technician at Newcastle & Stafford College Group (NSCG).

We look forward to seeing Ryan Vaughan graduate this November after completing his Level 7 Masters in Digital & Technology Solutions Specialist at Sheffield Hallam University.

Commenting on the collective achievements, Maria Carroll, Capula’s Learning and Development Advisor said:

“I am absolutely thrilled with these achievements; each have worked exceptionally hard throughout the course and applied their learning to deliver results and ensure they make a difference on some very high-profile projects for our customers.

They have become true ambassadors of the apprenticeship pathways Capula offer, providing inspiration and support for anyone wishing to pursue a future career in engineering. I am excited to see their continued progression and how they will develop within the business.”

Commenting further on the Class of 2023, Steve Tellwright, Capula People and Quality Director emphasised the continued investment in supporting our people with their careers:

“Capula is very committed to our apprenticeship programmes and have, over the last few years, continued to improve our training and support for our apprentices. It is fantastic to watch our apprentices develop into bright, confident individuals that are well respected by their peers, as they work on projects that support critical national infrastructure”.

Capula is looking forward to welcoming its next intake of apprentices in September, with twelve new employees joining the business, studying a range of qualifications; whilst five current employees will be undertaking qualifications in business and engineering disciplines.

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