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New Drivers at the Wheel
On Line Design would like to congratulate two of their recent apprentices, James Raynor and Kieran McCarney for passing their driving tests.
17 year old Kieran McCarney from Immingham is currently in his second year of his apprenticeship after recently completing a year at HETA. Kieran is also studying for an HNC at Grimsby College in Mechanical Engineering.
With only two minor faults, Kieran successfully passed his test first time and is now enjoying the freedom that driving has brought with it.
Keiran is lucky enough to have his own car and said; “I was very pleased when I passed my test, I couldn’t wait to get on the road.”
James Raynor from Healing, who joined the company 2 months ago after also completing his first year of training at HETA has joined Kieran in passing his driving test. It took James just short of two months to pass.
James said; “The freedom of driving is amazing; it was such a relief to pass my test.”
Congratulations Kieran and James from all at On Line Design.
Lucy completes apprenticeship!
After four years of hard work and commitment Lucy Martin of Immingham completed an Advanced Modern Apprenticeship in Instrument and Control in September this year.
Lucy began her apprenticeship four years ago at the CATCH training facility in Stallingborough. She then worked at both the Hessle and Pelham Road offices alongside many of On Line’s instrument designers and engineers, on a range of jobs for various clients. Before completing her apprenticeship, she also had a secondment to P66 where she gained valuable site experience.
As well as attending regular gym classes, Lucy is also training hard as she is aiming to compete in her first sprint triathlon next year.
Lucy’s Head of Department in Electrical and Instrumentation, Brian Millen said, “Lucy has worked incredibly hard throughout her apprenticeship and is now an integral and valued member of the E&I team. This is a great first step in her career and we all look forward to seeing her continue to develop and progress over the coming years.”
Lucy said, “I feel very happy to have finished my apprenticeship and I am looking forward to the next chapter. I also appreciate all the opportunities I have been given throughout my time at On Line and I would like to say thank you to everyone that has helped and supported me along the way.”
On Line Design congratulates Lucy on her achievement and wishes her all the best on the next stage of her career.
Pictured: Head of Department, Brian Millen presenting Lucy with an Apprenticeship Certificate.