Tenet's Appentice Intake 2021
Tenet welcomed our latest recruits to the office last week during their
half term break from Wigan and Leigh College.
Alex Lowry and Joe Murphy are the latest apprentices to be engaged by
Tenet, continuing our long history in investing in young engineers. As
with our intake last year, Joe and Alex have commenced a 5 year Nuclear
Engineer degree apprenticeship at Wigan & Leigh College which will
take them through the HNC/HND pathway and onto the degree level of BEng.
Tenet now have 5 apprentices in the business, a significant investment
for an SME. We strongly believe in the apprenticeship scheme and have
forged a good relationship with W&L to assist us in developing young
talent. Joe is the second mechanical apprentice to be brought on board
following in the footsteps of James Duffy last year which affirms Tenets
commitment to diversify the business and to grow our mechanical
capability whilst also strengthening our EC&I capability.
Joe and Alex were welcomed to the office by Dan Kirkham, who is now in
the second year of his EC&I apprenticeship and based in the office 4
days a week, working closely with Scott Rogers, our 4th year
We wish them both well in their first year with Tenet.