Industrial automation and control systems integrator for digital solutions, Capula has officially welcomed its latest intake of apprentices.
Studying a range of engineering and business disciplines, with studies taking place at academic institutes in Staffordshire and Birmingham, this apprentice class of 2023 includes eleven new starters and four existing employees who are keen to gain a recognised qualification.
Max Scott and Alfred Taylor begin their Level 6 Digital & Technology Solutions Professional at Staffordshire University.
Elsewhere, Benji Shermer, Matthew Moore, Harvey Mountford, Jamie Bagley and Toby Wilson start their journey to a Level 6 Embedded Electronic Systems Design & Development Engineer at Staffordshire University.
James Burton and Alex Banach both commence their Level 3 Engineering Technician in Product Design and Development at Newcastle College.
Elsewhere, Sarah Longworth embarks on a Project Management Apprenticeship at Aston University and Adam Williams begins a Quantity Surveyor Apprenticeship at Birmingham City University.
Existing employees Katey Ikin starts the Embedded Electronic Systems Design & Development Engineer and Stuart Johnston commences the Digital & Technology Solutions Professional both attending Staffordshire University.
Commenting on the latest intake, Maria Carroll, Learning and Development Advisor said, “We are delighted to be welcoming our latest apprentice intake, continuing to develop and deliver careers that build, shape and nurture the next generation.
We are committed to providing exciting and varied career pathways for those with a passion for engineering and we look forward to seeing them excel within their new roles”.
We recently gathered our latest intake, giving our new (and familiar) faces a big welcome, enabling them to meet some of our senior leaders and helping them to settle into their roles.