We are extremely proud of our successful Apprentice Technician Training Programme. We employ around 8 apprentices every year which we train and develop in partnership with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
We work in partnership with industry organisations to deliver our training; including CATCH (Centre for the Assessment of Technical Competence – Humber) and HETA (Humberside Engineering Training Association).
If you are interested in becoming part of the future workforce of ENGIE Fabricom in the UK via our apprenticeship technician training scheme, please see ECITB Apprenticeships for full details on how to apply.
View our Training For The Future video.
Celebrating Recognising Innovation in our Business at our Excellence Awards 2016
ENGIE Fabricom celebrated a successful evening of their tenth anniversary of their ENGIE Fabricom Excellence Awards 2016 at The Deep in Hull. The event was designed to celebrate and encourage not only the young individuals who have excelled this year but also for employees who have contributed to the company.
The awards ceremony hosted this year by Blair Jacobs, Broadcaster/Media Consultant and Yvonne Day, Resource and Development Director ENGIE Fabricom UK, with guest appearances from Sgt Major Gaz Jones and LCpl Alexis McNaughton who represented the Red Devils Parachute Regiment.
Dignitaries joined in congratulating our apprentices, graduates and employees as they were rewarded for their efforts and achievements throughout the year. Those who have surpassed expectation and those who have coached and mentored them through their development were awarded at the ceremony. The main awards included Apprentice Engineering Technician Award which was awarded to joint winners Nick Wingate and Tom Laverick, and also the Higher Achiever Award which was won by Stuart Dunn. Mentors and Coaches to the award winners including; Andy Hills, Mike Bee, Jeff Noble and Mike Ketley also picked up awards.
Apprentices Flying High at The Apprentice of the Year Award 2015
The winners pictured in the photograph above, receiving their awards at the ENGIE Fabricom Apprentice Engineering Technician and Recognition Awards held at the Great Grimsby Town Hall. The event was joined by the The Worshipful Mayor and Mayoress of the Borough of North East Lincolnshire and Squadron Leaders David Montenegro and Harry Raja from the internationally renowned Red Arrows.
Coinciding with our 40th anniversary meant that the event needed to be extra special and the leading title for the event was “The Sky’s the Limit”.
The dignitaries, special guests, clients, trainers and employees watched as Chelsea Griffin, a welder based at our Manufacturing and Development Centre, received the trophy for Apprentice Engineering Technician of the Year; the first female to win this prestigious award since its inception in 2006.