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Exyte is proud of its award-winning female apprentices

Exyte is proud of its award-winning female apprentices

Exyte apprenticeship scheme give women the opportunity to thrive and is proud to see its female apprentices succeed.

Exyte cultivates a global spirit through mutual respect and the sharing of diverse backgrounds and experiences - and gender diversity is a strength that creates an important richness within the company.

An award-winning female apprentice

One apprentice is Melissa Lee who won an award at BESA North West annual awards ceremony at the Crowne Plaza in Manchester. She collected a trophy for Heating and Ventilation Apprentice of the Year.

Melissa is an apprentice fabricator welder with Exyte.

Melissa is a graduate of the Engineering Young Talent Programme (EYTP) that Exyte runs with several local schools and colleges where Exyte employees attend school careers fairs and promote STEM subjects with local students.

Exyte's EYTP also provides pupils with essential practical experience by working on real-life engineering projects and gives them a greater understanding of career opportunities within the engineering industry.

Melissa has garnered much praise from colleagues throughout the business and was also picked to be a subject for the Citizens of Manchester promotional campaign.

Succeed through Exyte's apprenticeship support

 Exyte is always seeking motivated women with pioneering innovative spirit. Could it be you?

Join the Exyte family today!


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