Amazon Filters have released their useful information guide for their apprenticeship scheme. Their main aim is to involve students who are interested in working within the filtration solutions industry.

Amazon AppAmazon Filters, recognise in an ever more competitive world, our people are the key to our success.

In 2015, Amazon Filters launched their apprenticeship programme and recruited 3 young people who embarked on the scheme.

The initial 2 year apprenticeship scheme is designed to provide a general introduction into engineering and production activities, before they decide which specialism the wish to pursue.

Amazon Filters offer a complete, comprehensive and competitive package.  With day release to complete college work which accompanies the scheme, the apprentices spend their 4 days at Amazon Filters following a structured programme, compiled with the help of their individual mentors. Under their guidance, monthly reviews take place to ensure they are meeting their work goals and completing the required college assignments. They spend time in all areas of the business including, Technical (Manufacturing processes, Engineering, Fabrication), Operational (Warehousing, Sales & Marketing) and Professional, (Design Engineering and Finance).

Neil Pizzey, Managing Director of Amazon Filters said: “We are proud to be able to offer these students the chance of an apprenticeship within our company. Working with and recruiting young people into the engineering sector has been very successful for us and we are pleased to announce that we have just offered 2 more students apprenticeships and they will start at the beginning of September.”

Apprenticeship schemes are backed by the government to promote choices for young people who may prefer to pursue a career whilst studying as an alterantive to a traditional university route. To find out more, visit “Find an Apprenticeship” Government website, typing the link below onto your browser, which takes you direct to the Amazon Filters page;

www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/684234

If you would like further information about Amazon Filters; visit our website at: www.amazonfilters.com

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This entry was posted on 31st Aug 2016
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