Sepura Launches Engineer Apprenticeship Program (11/12/12)
Monday, November 12, 2012 | Comments

Sepura launched a new apprenticeship scheme that is designed to help develop talent for the future. The scheme, which will welcome its first apprentices in January 2013, is a key part of Sepura’s commitment to invest in the growth of the business as a whole and in the people that it needs to help secure that growth, company officials said.

The Sepura Apprenticeship Programme will run in association with Cambridge Regional College (CRC) and will focus on training apprentice engineers in a variety of roles within the product development function. The selected apprentices will spend four days per week at Sepura’s Cambridge headquarters, with the emphasis on gaining practical experience. They will also spend one day per week studying at CRC, consolidating this experience with the theory and knowledge, which are also key aspects of an engineer’s role.

“This program will provide an enviable opportunity for the selected apprentices to develop their skills and to gain real-world experience,” said Sepura CEO Gordon Watling. “They will also be helping Sepura to design and test the future generations of market-leading digital radio solutions, so it is an excellent program for all concerned.”

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