Water management company, Biochemica UK Ltd has unveiled a novel approach to teaching its apprentices new skills as it celebrates National Apprenticeship Week.
National Apprenticeship Week, which launched yesterday (14 March 2016) promotes the benefits and positive impacts apprenticeships bring to individuals, businesses and the economy.
Biochemica UK Ltd has launched a search to find its first Laboratory Technician Apprentice – the role which kick started the career of its Managing Director and gained him recognition as one of the region’s most successful business leaders.
Billingham headquartered Biochemica is the North East’s largest independent water and wastewater treatment specialist. Formed in 2007 by Managing Director Dave Ruddy and Commercial and Technical Director Dr Tim Robinson, the company has grown year-on-year and today operates nationwide and in Ireland with its sights set on international growth.
Biochemica UK Ltd is continuing its commitment to providing young people with employment and skills by recruiting its first permanent, full-time Laboratory Technician Apprentice.
Biochemica placed four local youngsters in apprenticeships at the company’s headquarters in Billingham during 2015 and is now looking to expand its technical team in the field.
After successfully completing his apprenticeship, Jonny has opted to continue on to a Level 3 NVQ in Warehouse Management.
Water and wastewater treatment firm, Biochemica UK Ltd is showing its support for National Apprenticeship Week 2014 with the appointment of a Business Administration Apprentice.
Ben Nath, 18 from Thornaby was selected by Biochemica bosses as the latest recruit to join the water treatment specialist’s ever-growing team and started his new role as Administrative Assistant during the nationwide awareness week.