North East LEP case study on apprenticeships at High Force Research

If you think that starting your career in life sciences and chemical manufacturing requires a minimum of 3 years of studying for a degree in chemistry (and all the costs involved with student finance), then think again.

The Directors and Management Team at High Force Research Ltd believe in nurturing talent and have established a successful apprenticeship programme, taking on young people and offering them the opportunity to work and study at the same time, supporting a degree apprenticeship in Laboratory Science.

The company currently has two apprentices embedded within the organisation and two further apprentices have just started their training this month.

In a recent interview with NELEP, Jane Klotz, HR Manager, endorses the programme, and Jude and Charlie, as they start the final year of their studies, share their experiences of the scheme.

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