Jenks & Cattell Engineering take pride in investing in the future, which begins with investment in our people and instilling the passion, enthusiasm and expertise in sheet metal engineering workforce philosophy.
For the seventh consecutive year, we have worked in partnership with Wolverhampton College to employ apprentices with a day release to college to study Mechanical Engineering. Although 2020 is a difficult year for all, we ensured it was no different to previous years to continue solidifying our future of engineers within the team.
This week, we would like to offer a warm welcome to Luke Wardlaw, who is our first ever Sales apprentice, and he joins our existing sales team who will offer the support and guidance for Luke’s training alongside his BTEC level 3 and extended diploma college course.
Luke joins five other existing apprentices within the company, all of whom study at Wolverhampton College.
In Luke’s spare time, he is assistant coach for an under 14’s grassroots football team which involves running training and coaching sessions at the weekend. Luke is a supporter of our local team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and is also a fan of other sports including American football, rugby and cricket. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, listening to music and watching TV.