Hartlepool student land dream engineering job

A Hartlepool student beat off competition to scoop an apprenticeship to become an engineer of the future.

Friday, 4th October 2019, 2:21 pm
Updated Friday, 4th October 2019, 5:23 pm
Joe Tadeo-Williams, third from right, with the other apprentices

Joe Tadeo-Williams, is one of six apprentices chosen from across the country to start an apprenticeship with Yorkshire-based Tunstall Healthcare.

Hundreds of applications were received, and Tunstall worked with The Engineering Trust, a charity established to promote and deliver high quality apprenticeships, to create a shortlist from which the six were chosen.

The Tunstall apprentices will spend one day a week at college, studying over four years for a Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Electrical Engineering.

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Joe, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to earn and learn at the same time.

“Engineering is the ideal career for me.”