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Micky Achieves an HNC in Mechanical Engineering

  • Mel Dent

Piping Apprentice, Michael Brown is celebrating after achieving an HNC in Mechanical Engineering.

19-year-old Michael, or Micky as he is better known to most people, joined On Line Design back in 2018 as an apprentice piping designer, and after studying at the Grimsby Institute for the past 2 years Micky is delighted to have gained an overall Merit.

His studies included managing a professional engineering project, fluid mechanics and engineering design amongst several other Mechanical Engineering Modules.

Micky said, “I thoroughly enjoyed the course, there were many different subjects which I had to complete and they all gave me a real insight into different areas of mechanical engineering. For the future, I am looking to complete my apprenticeship and potentially further my education to an HND or Degree level in order to allow me to progress further within the company.”

On Line Design would like to give huge congratulations to Micky and wish him luck on his career prospects in the future.

On Line Design & Engineering achieves 100% in all areas of its Achilles UVDB Cat Audit


On Line Design & Engineering are delighted to have successfully achieved a score of 100% in all areas for its Achilles UVDB Cat C Verify audit. Achilles UVDB Verify is an independent audit of an organisation’s Safety, Health, Environment, Quality (SHEQ) management systems and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Taking place remotely the audit was hosted on 9th June 2021 by independent assessor Dean Smith. Throughout the day Dean reviewed all of On Line Design’s management systems for Health & Safety, Environment, Quality and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Duncan Russell, Engineering Director for On Line Design said “The whole team at On Design & Engineering have worked hard throughout the year to continually review and improve our systems and working practices. The hard work and commitment of the entire team is reflected by achieving the maximum score possible.”