Apprenticeship success continues

Published:  02 April, 2019

As another two apprentices – Corey Seagrove and Andy Rogers – approach the completion of their four-year training programme, KNAPP UK says it is preparing to recruit more young people to start in September.

Corey (20) and Andy (21) – both based at the site of KNAPP customer, John Lewis, in Milton Keynes – will graduate in June with HNCs in Mechatronics. Their qualifications have been achieved through a combination of study at Toyota’s Apprentice Development Centre in Burnaston, and on-the-job training as part of the resident engineering team at John Lewis’ Magna Park Campus.

Jason Clark, KNAPP UK’s site operations manager commented, “Andy and Corey have worked very hard to complete their apprenticeships and have already proven themselves to be great assets for our company in serving our client, John Lewis.”



Corey Seagrove (left) and Andy Rogers (right)

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