Manchester based M&P Engineering is committed to ensuring they develop the right skills within the company as succession planning is a key feature in every aspect of the business.
Apprenticeships can prove invaluable to a business; affording the right balance of experience and developing team members.
Not only does the Apprenticeship framework offer a platform to develop their talent pool from grass roots; it also provides a fantastic opportunity for the individuals involved to forge a career path built on solid foundations, balancing technical learning with invaluable hands-on experience which simply cannot be achieved in any other education path.
M&P welcomed two new apprentices, Daniel Matley and Sean Boswell in January this year. They will attend STEGTA’s training facility at Wellacre Academy in Flixton to complete the Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations before they start the BTEC Level 3 at college in September 2017.
M&P would also like to welcome James McGrath and Michael Dunn to the team. James has joined the Spares & Service team and Michael the Design team.
We wish all four the very best of luck in their new careers.
The staff at M&P would like to take this opportunity to say a very fond farewell to Robin Glenn, who has retired at the age of 74. Robin started as an apprentice with Mather & Platt and stayed with Mather & Platt over the years moving with the company as it changed. Robin was part of the workforce when M&P (Engineering) Ltd acquired Mather & Platt Food Processing Section in the early 90’s. We would like to thank Robin for his contribution and commitment and wish him well in his retirement.