This week marks National Apprenticeship Week - something we have always highly valued at CMB Engineering.
Over the last few months, the CMB stores have been under renovation to upgrade the training facilities we provide our apprentices. We strive to offer the best when training the next generation of engineers within the company and have put in place additional practical tasks to ensure we can achieve this.
We have introduced a plantroom with domestic bays kindly donated by Joe Borley of Willis Construction to further advance the knowledge of our apprentices. Kernow Fixings generously donated a Unistrut Channel, Siframo Framework and fixings, as well as providing additional in-house training of correct procedures of fixing strategies to ensure good practice. We would also like to thank Daniel Furse, Jacob Furse and Dan Almond for assisting CMB on this joint venture to upgrade our Training Academy.
To ensure our apprentices are complying with safety procedures whilst installing high level bracketry and pipework, we have kindly been free issued two industrial podium steps from Rhys Thompson at MEP, which are a key component of training and safety.
The completion of the full plantroom would not have been possible without the generous donations from Olly Pen at BSS, Phil Smith at Grundfos and David Williams at Plumbase. Olly supplied us with pipework and fittings, Phil issued us with 3no twin pipe heads, and David provided us with sanitary ware for our domestic training bays. We’d like to give a huge thank you to these three businesses for supporting our endeavour.
This redevelopment wouldn’t have been possible without the generosity of these local businesses and organisations so we would like to give our sincere thanks to them – your support will allow us to train the next generation to become brilliant engineers.