Aquascot at the Engineering Apprentice Open Night

As our current Engineering Apprentice, Michael Sellar, reaches the end of his 4-year modern apprenticeship and is ready to become a fully-fledged engineer with Aquascot, we have now begun the recruitment process for a new apprentice.

Developing home grown talent in Engineering has proved invaluable for us, and Michael is an example of the positive impact apprentices can have on businesses, through a blended approach of work and study. Apprenticeships provide rewarding careers with transferrable skills, qualifications, knowledge and experience – with exposure to the most up-to-date teachings, they can bring new ideas to the team.

Michael Sellar and David Wright (Engineering Manager) attended an Apprentice Open Night on Tuesday 1st March at Inverness College, where they promoted Aquascot as a great place to work, explained our employee ownership model and provided information on the apprenticeship programme.


Michael Sellar (left) & David Wright (right) at the Apprentice Open Night

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