BRIGHOUSE valves firm KOSO Kent Introl has taken on four apprentices – giving them the chance to develop specialist skills while being supported to complete industry-recognised qualifications.
James Purchon, Rosie Scott, Jacob Craven and Robert Clark (above) will work towardsNVQ Advanced Level 3 in mechanical engineering over the next three years – dividing their time between the workplace and studying at Kirklees College.
James joins as apprentice engineer at the age of 19, having studied IT at Kirklees College. Rosie joins KKI as technical apprentice, after completing a BTEC National Diploma in manufacturing engineering.
Jacob, 17, the company’s youngest apprentice, starts his engineering career straight from school. Robert starts as a technical apprentice in the research and development area of the business.