PEME’s newest apprentice, Harry Hagon-Smith, has joined our highly successful apprenticeship programme and has been enrolled on a Electrotechnical apprenticeship at Peterborough Regional College. Once trained, Harry will help our growing client base achieve productivity and safety improvements.
Harry has wasted no time as an apprentice, having already been deployed to one of our on-site Plant Maintenance teams to gain Asset Care experience working alongside his more experienced colleagues. Before joining PEME, Harry had been working for a Building Contractor as a part-time labourer. Harry said “I am very keen to learn, determined to do well and excited about starting a career that could set me up for a great life and career.”
PEME has a robust Apprenticeship Scheme that has provided many young people with a route into an engineering career. Many of our ex-apprentices have progressed within PEME into Engineering Team Leader and Operations Manager roles.
His PEME mentor throughout his apprenticeship will be Operations Manager Duncan Sayer who said “The PEME apprenticeship is a great way for Harry to learn new skills whilst earning and I know he has really enjoyed his first few months in the world of engineering.”
Away from work, Harry is a keen sportsman and has recently completed an extended diploma in Sport and Exercise Science.
Best of luck Harry and welcome to PEME.