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Watermiser and Dustacco have reaffirmed their commitment to developing skills within the local community by welcoming three new Apprentice Engineers. Shaun Hawkins and Jordan Gray from Kilmarnock, and Kieran McAllister from Darvel are the latest engineering students to be given the opportunity to learn, train and develop their potential by working alongside the companies’ specialist teams.
Working in partnership with Kilmarnock College, Watermiser and Dustacco regularly expand their engineering workforce by taking on modern apprentices from the local area. Managing Director Paul Docherty said: “Our policy is to continue to grow from the ground upwards, not only for the good of our businesses, but for the engineering community as a whole. As key local employers, we want to support our young people by giving them the chance to learn from our highly skilled and well qualified teams, and help them plan their future careers.”
The three new students will work towards a modern apprenticeship in fabrication and welding (SVQ III), specialising in pipework and GRP fabrication. All are currently studying NC/HNC Engineering (Fabrication & Welding) at Kilmarnock College.