New Modern Apprentices

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Leading provider of services in the oil and gas industry, Neptune, which has offices in Stonehaven and Fourdon, has taken on five new modern apprentices.

From 160 applicants, 16 were invited to the assessment stage with five successfully completing the interview process.

They will join the company in August under a four year scheme, with attendance at Aberdeen and Angus College studying for SVQ Qualifications in mechanical engineering with practical on the job training developing their skills as Machinists, Assembly and Test technicians and Fabricators/Welders.

Neptune recognises the potential of engaging with young people and enabling them to reach their potential. Neptune, owned by Neptune marine services, which is headquarters in Perth, Western Australia, employs nearly 100 people in it’s bases in Stonehaven, Fourdon and Aberdeen.