Yesterday, 16 of Scotland’s top mechanical and electrical engineering apprentices battled it out at Tullos Training in Aberdeen to win one of two coveted titles at the annual Scottish Engineering Craft Competition. Two of these apprentices were employees of Score Group plc.
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Ruth Davidson Scottish Conservative Party Leader, along with Alex Johnstone MSP and candidate for the Banff and Buchan constituency paid a visit to Score Group on Tuesday 21st April. They took time out from their busy campaign schedule to primarily speak to over 250 of Score’s engineering and administration apprentices and trainees at a specially arranged mid week lecture.
Score Group is the biggest single employer of 16-22 year-olds in the Peterhead area of Aberdeenshire and operates a highly acclaimed 6-year Modern Apprenticeship scheme for engineers and other trainees which last year saw the company named Large Employer of the Year by Skills Development Scotland.
Early in March, after expressing his pleasure at being present in Perth, Western Australia, to talk to our Score apprentices on this ground-breaking occasion, Conrad Ritchie, Deputy MD of Score Europe and Chairman of Score Training, explained his role and involvement with Score trainees, globally.
Score Group’s conference facilities were the host venue for the recent IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) Scottish Apprentice Craft Competition award ceremony, the competition which brings together the best engineering apprentices in Scotland.
Hycrome (Europe) Limited attended The Burnley Business Awards on the 20th June 2013 held at Towneley Hall, Burnley. This event is held every 2 years and we once again were delighted to receive awards at this prestigious biannual event.
On the 27th June the annual Scottish IMechE Engineering Craft Competition was held with the top engineering apprentices in Scotland competing for the much coveted titles.
Score Group is the biggest single employer of 16-22-year-olds in the Peterhead area of Aberdeenshire and operates a highly acclaimed 6-year apprenticeship scheme for engineers and other trainees.
On 1st February Rob Bartlett, Director of the British Valve and Actuator Association (BVAA), gave an illustrated lecture in the VITAL Training and Conference Centre to Score engineering apprentices on the role of the BVAA and its relevance to our industry. What may sound to some like a rather ‘dry’ subject was transformed by Rob into a very interesting and valuable insight into the importance of this trade association for its member companies.