The first companies to achieve the Make UK Engineering Apprenticeships: Employer Kitemark in 2024 have been announced.
Festo, Marshall Aerospace , Collins Aerospace – HS Marston, thyssenkrupp Materials, Veolia Water Technologies, Davicon Mezzanine Floors Limited, Promtek, Brown & Holmes (Tamworth) Ltd and Cummins Inc. are the first companies in 2024 to achieve the Make UK Engineering Apprenticeships: Employer Kitemark through the Next Gen Makers Engineering Apprenticeships: Best Practice Programme.
These companies represent the best employers in the UK for engineering apprenticeships – validated by the feedback of their existing apprentices, training providers and a commitment to benchmark their scheme against and maintain best in class methods.
Essentially, they work hard to create a great Apprentice experience.
They join the likes of Eminox Ltd, Ishida Europe Ltd, Kirkstall Precision Engineering, Knorr-Bremse Rail Vehicle Systems, LISI Aerospace, Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL), Siemens Digital Industries Software, SMC, Teledyne e2v, Thomas Dudley Ltd, Weir Minerals, Whale Tankers, KUKA, Renishaw, Alucast Ltd, Brown McFarlane Ltd in holding the prestigious employer Kitemark.
Many more companies committed to future proofing skills via Apprenticeships are set to achieve the Kitemark in 2024 and are on Programme to learn how to increase success rates by adopting best practice methodologies within their schemes, leverage insight and work towards getting recognised as excellent employers via Kitemark accreditation.
This ensures those that manage the apprenticeship schemes at these companies teams are equipped with the knowledge and tools to best attract and retain talent to future proof their businesses.
Congratulations again and we look forward to seeing your progress moving forward.