Left to Right – Hugh Grey (Apprentice), Ben Kimber (Apprentice), Gary Stonall (Engineering Manager), Nick Crosby (Managing Director), Nick Swindells (Operations Manager), Ollie Lavrsen (Apprentice)
Selecting a career path during these unprecedented times is a daunting task for any young adult. Couple this with the fiercely competitive employment landscape and it makes it increasingly difficult for young people to make themselves heard.
Managing Director, Nick Crosby explains “We recognise the monumental challenge faced by people leaving education and believe it’s important to invest in our longer term strategic goals by placing trust and commitment in talented college and university graduates.
We are therefore pleased to announce the start of our aptly named “Young Guns” programme which will see a steady stream of gifted, driven apprentices and graduates embark on various functions within our growing business.
Our first intake of Young Guns, which started in mid October, includes three A level graduate students, who will undertake a CNet network engineering apprenticeship. This training commitment is designed to give a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of all aspects of network infrastructure with an internationally recognised CNCI qualification at the end of the fifteen month course. Training will be supported by on the job experience accompanied by in house mentoring via our experienced Engineers and Management Team (headed by Gary Stonall, Engineering Manager)
We are delighted that we can offer this excellent opportunity to Ollie, Ben and Hugh and I’m excited to watch these three bright young men develop and progress at Data Techniques.”