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Apprentices help growth

By North Devon Journal  |  Posted: March 13, 2014

TEAM: ETC's apprentice (from left) back: Jamie Stevens, Oliver Sanders, Mason Summers and Joseph Baker and front: Matthew Phillips, Tim Street, Katie Hookway and Olivia Sullivan.

TEAM: ETC's apprentice (from left) back: Jamie Stevens, Oliver Sanders, Mason Summers and Joseph Baker and front: Matthew Phillips, Tim Street, Katie Hookway and Olivia Sullivan.

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BIDEFORD-based Electronic Test and Calibration (ETC) is finding that taking on apprentices is the best way to grow.

The company, which is exhibiting at the North Devon Apprentice Showcase, not only employs eight apprentices already, but is looking to recruit three more.

Six are apprentice electronic engineers, while two new apprentices have recently joined the company's sales and administration team.

The firm is looking to recruit a further three electronic engineering apprentices.

Through apprenticeships, ETC is investing in its future. The company has nothing but praise for its young employees.

ETC general manager Steve Mason said: "They all work hard and show a lot of professionalism and technical expertise at such young ages. We are proud of all our apprentices and look forward to recruiting more in the future."

ETC is just one of the many North Devon businesses developing its workforce skills by employing young apprentices. Meet ETC at the Apprentice Showcase at the Barnstaple Hotel today.

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