Ultra Electronics Nuclear Control Systems is once again celebrating the success of members of its team securing not one - but two - awards at the Nuclear Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN) and Cogent Skills 2017 UK Nuclear Skills Awards last week.
The Manufacturing Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by Mocha, was awarded to Joseph Key who recently completed an Advanced Apprenticeship in Manufacturing at Ultra Electronics and currently works as a Trainee Production Technician.
Above (l-r) Rikki Douglas - Ultra Electronics, Joseph Key - Ultra Electronics, Phil Halpin - Mocha and Bruce Dickinson. Photo: Courtesy of NSAN
Taking the title of Small to Medium Enterprise Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by NIA, was Daniel King who completed an Electrical & Electronic Engineering Advanced Apprenticeship and currently works as a Trainee Technician at Ultra Electronics.
Above L-R: Tom Greatrex - NIA, Rikki Douglas - Ultra Electronics, Daniel King - Ultra Electronics, Bruce Dickinson. Photo: Courtesy of NSAN
Both Joseph and Daniel were successful against strong competition from across the Nuclear industry including the finalists in their categories from BAE Systems Submarines, AWE PLC and Forth Engineering Ltd.
Congratulations to Joe, Dan and the rest of the team involved. We could not be more proud of you and your achievements.