2018 STOCKPORT WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME AT SETA
Monday 9th July sparked the start of SETA’s 2018 Stockport work experience programmes. Students from 5 schools from the surrounding area have taken part in a series of machining, bench fitting, electrical and welding experiences and all have survived to tell the tale!
Mark Neild, Internal Operations Director for SETA said, “It has been a pleasure to have these young people in the centre for their week of the work experience programme. We hope to see them all applying here next year. Thank you to all the schools involved for your support.”
You can download the newsletter in PDF form here: SETA NEWSLETTER 7 2018
GREAT ATMOSPHERE, FRIENDLY INSTRUCTORS
AND NEW EXPERIENCES
Students Will Winter & Jake O’Sullivan from Hazel Grove High School were very enthusiastic about the programme:
William Winter: ”SETA’s work experience has been fun, with a great atmosphere, friendly instructors and new experiences”
Jake O’Sullivan “I have loved my time at SETA and I really enjoyed the welding and machinery sections.”
Alex Cocoran from Stockport School added:
“This week has been great, not just because of the experiences and the work but also because of the way I have been treated.”
Thank you to Westhill School, Hazel Grove High School, Loreto College, Stockport School and Trinity High School for taking part in our work experience programmes year after year and a big thank you and congratulations to all the students who have been present this week – YOU HAVE BEEN BRILLIANT!!!
If you know anyone who would like to apply for an engineering apprenticeship with SETA, please see the website to download an application form.
Alternatively, you can contact us on 0161 480 9822 for a postal application pack or email firstname.lastname@example.org.