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Coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week, Sutcliffe proudly celebrates the contributions of the young apprentices working to develop their skills in a work-based environment. 

Sutcliffe provides apprenticeships across a number of departments within the business, including finance, engineering and business administration, nurturing and developing their growth in their desired profession.

To celebrate National Apprentice Week, Sutcliffe is proud to showcase the hard work and development of some of the apprentices working hard in their department of the business.

Matthew Blackburn

Matthew Blackburn, Apprentice Civil Engineering Technician at Sutcliffe has been with the company for just a short period and has already achieved so much, working with experienced senior engineers to develop designs across residential, commercial, education and healthcare sectors through the production of drawings and calculations.

Since joining, Matthew has shown determination to excel, with his can-do attitude to his work and the business. He is eager to learn and put his learnings into practice. With a keen eye for maths and science, Matthew has put his technical skills to use in his position and his eye for detail has become an integral part of planning production.

Joshua Geoghegan

Joshua Geoghegan, Apprentice Engineer at Sutcliffe joined the team as part of his apprenticeship with the City of Liverpool College, currently on course to complete his Level 3 construction qualification.

Since joining, Joshua has excelled in his position, developing his skills in design software, and was recently recognised for his hard work by being awarded as the City of Liverpool College Apprentice of the Year in 2023, due to his fantastic attitude to his career and the progression he has shown in his apprenticeship at Sutcliffe.

Josh recently shared his thoughts on his achievements so far as an apprentice:

“This year, I won an award for apprentice of the year at my college that I go to and that was for my attainment and attitude to learning.”

“My growth in the industry has increased by a lot, and that’s because I’m working with highly skilled engineers in work and that’s the main purpose of being an apprentice; you’re learning on and off the job. It’s a great time to be an apprentice.”

Eva Johnson

Eva Johnson, Apprentice Business Admin joined Sutcliffe last year, assisting the team in daily office operations and has performed exceptionally in her role. 

Eva has been working at Sutcliffe alongside her Business Administration Level 3 course, developing both on and off-site.

 Eva said: “I’ve been doing my Business Admin Level 3 through Sutcliffe and I’m really enjoying my time here. Each day brings new challenges and learning opportunities that I have learned so much from, and I’m looking forward to my future in my career”

Sutcliffe is proud of the achievements and development each apprentice has gained so far in their short careers and believes in a bright future for each of them.

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