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Playsafe Supports Engineering Apprenticeships On the Job

12 August 2022

Joe Steward and Conor Day, based in Playsafe’s Welwyn Garden City factory, will be combining their work with further education on an engineering apprentice scheme at the local Oaklands College from September.

The course will be a Level 3 diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, which will see the pair attend college one day a week. Their studies, time, materials and necessary training throughout will be covered by Playsafe Systems, who can only see benefit in the arrangement.

“Joe and Conor are excellent young engineers who started as trainees with us in 2021,” says Nick Veitch, Director Eurocoin Group. “They have already shown great commitment to learn and develop their skills and we look forward to continued success as the business develops.”

Joe comments, “I’ve been working at Playsafe Systems for almost a year now and it’s been a great journey so far. I really enjoy this job much more than any other I’ve had as the day-to-day tasks are so varied and I’m constantly learning new processes and methods of how to do things.

Our production manager Mark and the other members of the production team are great people to work alongside and they are always willing to help me out.

“Nick and the others involved in setting up our college course have been incredibly supportive,” he adds. “I feel like they genuinely want us to succeed and proceed further in our careers with the company. The Management at Eurocoin Playsafe really seem to support young people by helping them get started with their careers and has been encouraging us to take up an engineering course to develop our skills. I really appreciate the opportunity being given to me and I look forward to starting college in September and seeing how my career unfolds from there.”

Conor continues, “I couldn’t be happier with my current position as an assembly engineer. On a day-to-day basis my knowledge expands and I really get to put my brain to the test! The guys at the warehouse including our great manager Mark have really made the work environment a great place to join, always willing to help and share information that will lead me to becoming a better engineer. Although the main headquarters are in Bath, we totally feel part of a Team that is building and  progressing. I’m very excited to start the College course in September and seeing how my journey continues.”