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Themis Apprentice Holly Ireland is in the second year of her Supply Chain Apprenticeship at Aircelle. On National Women In Engineering day, we asked her to share her experiences. Often talked about in the press as a "man's world", campaigns have been launched by the Royal Academy of Engineering to promote the industry and all it has to offer to women. An institution headed by President Dame Professor Ann Dowling, it's clear there are real opportunities for women in this sector and thankfully int...
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Local Engineering Apprentice Courteney Leech is calling for more women to train within engineering after securing a challenging Apprenticeship at a local aerospace company. Courteney, 18, currently training at Themis, Burnley College was offered the position in response to a tireless campaign to break into the industry. After sending her CV to local engineering companies, she was offered a place at a group interview for a local engineering company and triumphed over 100 other applicants. The p...
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