This week we celebrate our amazing apprentices and the positive impact that apprenticeships can make to individuals and businesses.
iNPIPE PRODUCTS™ is committed to working with local colleges to recruit, train and develop enthusiastic young people . Our apprentices are actively encouraged and mentored in order to develop their skills and knowledge for a rewarding and enjoyable career within the pipeline industry.
Here we introduce you to our four talented apprentices 👇
Logan Duncan, Apprentice Field Service Technician
Logan joined iNPIPE PRODUCTS™ when the Aberdeen Service Centre was established in 2022. He has already completed his NC Engineering Systems (SCQF level 5) and will be working towards his SVQ Level 3 qualification this year. Logan is a diligent, key member of the workshop team who manage our pigging support contracts for Offshore Operators. They like nothing better than getting to grips with dirty pigs and bringing them back to their former beauty through our vigorous pig refurbishment processes. In his spare time, Logan enjoys competing in Taekwondo, and has recently been awarded a bronze medal in a competition based in Amsterdam.
Ben Robertson, Apprentice Field Service Technician
We are really happy that Ben is joining our Aberdeen team next week to support lots of business growth in that area. Ben has already gained apprenticeship experience in a heating engineer role and he will be working towards gaining a SVQ level 2 qualification with the support of Team iNPIPE this year. In his spare time, Ben runs a small business venture with a friend, rebuilds cars and also plays rugby.
Alex Harrison, Apprentice Machinist (Manual and CNC)
Alex is currently undertaking the Level 2 Engineering Operative apprenticeship, with a view to completing higher levels as his apprenticeship progresses. Alex is doing really well and will easily progress to HNC and HND level qualifications. In his spare time, Alex is a computer gamer actively playing as a team with friends taking on opponents from around the world. Last year he travelled to Germany to support one of the professional teams taking part in a games tournament and next week travels to Canada to do the same.
Jack McGuinness, Apprentice Maintenance Technician
Jack is thriving in his first year working towards a Maintenance Operations Engineering Technician Level 3. Recently he has been particularly involved in maintenance of the polyurethane foaming and dispensing machines. Outside of work Jack likes to keep fit and is a regular at the gym or plays football locally.
We look forward to supporting our apprentices throughout 2023 and welcoming new talent to be developed, mentored and nurtured in the years beyond!