Welcome to the Briggs Equipment Engineers of the Future
On Monday 6th September, Briggs Equipment welcomed 8 new apprentice engineers to the 2021 Apprenticeship Scheme. This year, the scheme sees us welcome apprentices within our acquired businesses for the very first time.
The 2021 Briggs Equipment Apprentice Engineers are:
Joshua Crofts – The Pallet Network, Sutton Coldfield
Max Johnson – Vauxhall / Chester Field
Samuel Davies – Haydock Workshop
Raqeem Ramsden-Khan – Wakefield Field
Freddie Crittenden – Doncaster Field
Robbie Prigg – Essex Field and Big Trucks
Dominic Barlow – Gwynedd Forklifts, Conway Workshop
Damian-Jai Trotman – Hitec, Wellingborough Workshop
All the apprentices are enrolled onto their Level 3 Lift Truck and Powered Access Engineering Technician Apprenticeship with F-tec, located in Swindon. F-tec specialise in forklift engineering training.
The Briggs Apprenticeships team, commented: “The Engineer Apprenticeship programme is crucial in helping us bringing through the next generation of engineering talent. At Briggs, we have a proud history of training and developing our people and providing them with the tools to succeed in their chosen career and a large portion of our Field Engineers completed an apprenticeship here.
“The 2021 cohort will receive expert guidance from our existing engineering teams and ongoing support from across the business. We are extremely excited to welcome them all to the programme and we look forward to seeing their development as part of the Briggs Equipment Group.”
Pictured, left to right: Freddie, Robbie, Raqeem, Dominic, Damian, Joshua, Samuel, Max
Find out more about the Apprentice Engineer programme by reading our ‘Graduate Engineer Spotlight’