Peterlee firm is investing in its biggest asset

The Seaward trainees.
The Seaward trainees.
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An electronics manufacturer has recognised the training success of staff.

Peterlee-based Seaward has awarded certificates to 10 production line assembly staff.

It came after they gained training qualifications including intermediate apprenticeships, business improvement techniques and manufacturing processes.

The workers are the latest to complete the company’s in-house training programme which combines on the job learning and more formal classroom sessions.

Ian West, Seaward operations director, said: “We recognise that our people are our biggest asset and we are delighted to recognise the efforts and success of those who are committed to improving

their education and knowledge.

“We are constantly striving to do things better and our training programmes are tailored around each individual to meet their specific needs and ambitions.

“Demand for talented and qualified people has never been greater and we are happy to invest in our people to ensure that they reach their maximum potential.”

Seaward has been established in Peterlee since 1982 and employs around 160 people. The company makes specialist test instruments for a wide range of industrial, engineering and medial sectors.