Jon joins the elite of UK apprentices

TOP APPRENTICE: Pictured left to right are Nic Erskine, West Midlands Business Partner of SEMTA, Newburgh apprentice Jonathan Todd, and EEF Regional Director Richard Halstead. Photo contributed.

TOP APPRENTICE: Pictured left to right are Nic Erskine, West Midlands Business Partner of SEMTA, Newburgh apprentice Jonathan Todd, and EEF Regional Director Richard Halstead. Photo contributed.

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JONATHAN Todd, 21, from Bamford, has joined an elite group of top business performers who are regional winners in the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards 2012.

He showed what he’s made of by winning the EEF Midlands Region Outstanding Achievement by a First Year Apprentice Award, sponsored by Semta, the sector skills council for science, engineering and manufacturing technologies.

Jonathan is a former pupil of Hope Valley College and Lady Manners School, where he completed his A Levels. He then was selected for an apprenticeship at Newburgh Engineering Co, a long established precision component manufacturer based in Bradwell, Derbyshire, which also has a large state-of-the-art facility in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.

 

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