New Engineering Apprenticeship partnership with Carillion Services, Health
PETA are delighted to announce a new Engineering Apprenticeship partnership with Carillion Services, Health. Based at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, the four new PETA Apprentices will conduct Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance.
This is a fantastic opportunity for four local young people to start a career in Electro Mechanical Engineering with Carillion, they will be servicing and maintaining a range of equipment including HVAC, steam, medical gas, pumps and motors.
Philip Brooke from PETA’S Havant based Engineering training centre said “This is a great opportunity for four young people to learn new skills and gain excellent work experience whilst working with a Blue Chip employer.”
Ian Youngs, Head of Estates for Carillion Services at QA Hospital said “Queen Alexandra Hospital, in Portsmouth, holds a special place within the local community and maintaining the hospital infrastructure requires high levels of skill, technical knowledge, dedication and a real desire to put the patient’s needs first. We want to develop our next generation of Engineers now and partnering with PETA gives us the exciting prospect of drawing on local talent and offering the opportunity of a rewarding career in Engineering.”« All News Articles